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Greeting 

Board of Trustees 

Sketch of Mansfield Merriman 
Faculty and Instructors 
Administrative Officers 

The Classes 

Fraternities 

Societies and Clubs . 

Lehigh Publications 

Technical Societies 

The Dormitories 

Social 

All Types 

Musical Clubs 

Memorabilia 

Athletics 

Literary 

Prize Awards . 
Advertisements 



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Jpirg. ^arp tracker Cummings! 

in CtefipectfuUj' ?^cbicateb 

bp tfje ^tubentsi of Uefjigfj Mnibersiitp 

in grateful recognition 

of \)tv benefactions! anb continueb interest in 

tije 31n£ititution 

ipounbeb tip fjcr iFatijer. 




Oh Clio, fair, with all thy sisters eight 
To thee our lowly homage here we make 
And beg of thee our hearts and hands to take 
Into thy guiding power and help create 
A work, in every thot, in every word, 
An honor to our Alma Mater's name, 
A potent impulse to her boundless fame. 
Oh kindly hear, fair Muse and having heard, 
Send widely, grandly forth o'er land and sea 
This scroll that bears the faithful record here 
Of life, of death, of vict'ry and defeat ; 
And with thine august hand and seal decree 
Our work shall bring to all a hearty cheer 
And loyally the Sons of Lehigh greet. 




EDITOR IN CHIEF. 



WiLBURT R. Walters, 



Pennsylvania. 



ASSISTANT EDITOR IN CHIEF. 



Clyde U. Shank, 



Pennsylvania. 



BUSINESS MANAGER. 



Alfred P. S. Bellis, 



New Jersey. 



ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGER. 



Lester R. Carrier, 



New York. 



ART EDITOR. 



Frederick R. Adelhelm, 



Pennsylvania. 



A.SSOCIATE EDITORS. 



Charles F. Keife, . 
Raymond C. Cliver, 
William C. Stobaeus, 
Nutting Wigton, 
William G. Moore, . 



Massachusetts. 

New Jersey. 

New Jersey. 
Pennsylvania. 
Rhode Island. 




LEHIGH UNI VEnSITV> fSmnd^ 1865 










MOTTO. 

Homo Minister et Interpres Naturae 

COLLEGE COLORS. 

Seal Broun and White. 

COLLEGE YELLS. 
Hoo, Rah, Ray! 
Hoo, Rah, Ray! 
Ray, Ray, Ray! 

Lehigh! 

Lehigh ! 

Lehigh! 

Lehigh! Lehigh! Lehigh! Lehigh' 

Le-Hi! Le-Hi! Le-Hi! 

Hi Hi Hi Hi 

Lehigh!!! 

Ray! 
Lehigh' 
Lehigh! 

Ray I 



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William H. Sayre, . 

Elisha p. Wilbur, 

Henry R. Price, 

Rt. Rev. Ethelbert Talbot, 

William A. Lathrop, 

Rembrandt Peale, 

Warren A. Wilbur, 

Charles L. Taylor, 

A. N. Cleaver, . 

John Fritz, 



South Bethlehem, Pa. 

South Bethlehem, Pa. 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

South Bethlehem, Pa. 

Wilkes-Barre and Philadelphia, Pa. 

New York, N. Y. 

South Bethlehem, Pa 

Pittsburg, Pa. 

South Bethlehem, Pa. 

Bethlehem, Pa 



HONORARY TRUSTEE. 



Rev. Marcus A. Tolman, 



Bethlehem, Pa. 



HONORARY ALUMNI TRUSTEES. 

Term Expires. 

John A. Jardine, . 1908, 

Frank P. Howe, . 1909, 

Thomas M. Eynon, 1910, 

Garrett B. Linderman, . 191 1, 



Philadelphia, Pa. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

South Bethlehem, Pa 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 

Warren A. Wilbur, Chairman, 
EusHA P. Wilbur, William A. Lathrop, 

William H. Sayre, Rt. Rev. Ethelbert Talbot, 

Charles L. Taylor, A. N. Cleaver. 



COMMITTEE ON BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS. 
Warren A. Wilbur, Chairman, 
A. N. Cleaver, Charles L. Taylor, 

Rembrandt Peale. 



COMMITTEE ON COLLEGE ADMINISTRATION. 

William H. Sayre, Chairman, 
Rt Rev Ethelbert Talbot, William A. Lathrop- 

Henry R. Price. 



COMMITTEE ON FINANCE AND INVESTMENTS. 



William A. Lathrop, 



Charles L. Taylor, Chairman, 



Warren A. Wilbur. 




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MANSFIELD MERRIMAN. 

IT IS a matter of congratulation for this University that, in the technical 
world, the name Mansfield Merriman carries with it the indetachable 
congeer," Lehigh Universitv"-"Merrim-an of Lehigh." \or need the sat- 
isfaction that this brings to Lehigh men and Lehigh's friends be dampened 
by the apprehension that this is merely a working of the law of association. 
The connection has a psychological basis (for which, in this era of advertis- 
ing let us be thankful); but it has also a logical foundation that will bear 
critical examination. Other teachers have served more years in one col- 
lege and have had the fact published more widely; but hardly will you find 
one whose life and work have been more closely interwoven in the warp 
and woof of an institution's history. 

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When he was called to the Chair of Civil Engineering at Lehigh Univer- 
sity in 1878, the young instructor in the Sheffield vScientific vSchool showed 
brilliant promise, as evidenced particularly in his work, "Method of Least 
Squares." Far be it from us to say that Prof. Merriman would not have 
evolved in another sphere. But perhaps it is not too nmch to say that the 
struggling young institution furnished as favorable an environment as any; 
that its poverty was a stimulus and the absolutely free hand given him an 
inspiration. Prof. Merriman made the Department of Civil Engineering 
in Lehigh University. Likewise Lehigh made Prof. Merriman the teacher 
he became by furnishing a fertile field for the particular seed he had to 
sow. The benefit was mutual. A concrete instance of this is found in the 
matter of text-books written by Prof. Merriman. Some of his most impor- 
tant works, the books on the materials of engineering and on bridges, were 
largely the outgrowth of lectures in the classroom. The "Treatise on 
Hvdraulics" was prepared as the result of work in instituting the Univer- 
sitv's hydraulic laboratorv. 

Lehigh honors herself in honoring her great teacher. It has been 
said tha^ "Prof. Merriman's influence in the development of the teach- 
ing of Civil Engineering in the United States has been felt as much as that 
of any one man." Lehigh rejoices in the unanimous accord given this 
declaration everywhere. vShe is proud of the men who, receiving their instruc- 
tion under Prof. Merriman at Lehigh, now hold positions of high responsi- 
bility as bridge engineers, railroad engineers, structural engineers, hydraulic 
engineers, sanitary engineers, consulting engineers and teachers of engi- 
neering. 

"He is great who feeds other minds." Eleven of the instructors for- 
merly under Prof. Merriman at Lehigh have become Professors of Civil 
Engineering in other colleges. The practical men are seeking "to promote 
sound engineering practice;" the teachers "to advance the interests of sound 
engineering education" — both of which have been the express aim of Prof. 
Merriman at Lehigh. 

Prof. Merriman is now devoting himself to professional work entirely. 
But those who heard his Alumni luncheon speech last June and who know 
of his loyal support since, thankfully say "It is still Merriman of Lehigh." 

R. W. W., 1907. 



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FACULTY. 



Henry Sturgis Drixker, E. M., LL. D., 

President o/ the University. 



University Park, South Bethlehem 




Dr. Faires' School, Philadelphia, '67 ; Lehigh 
University, School of Mines, '71 : Secretary of 
the Alumni Association, '76, and President, '79 ; 
elected President of I.ehigh University, June 14, 
05 : installed, October 12, '05 ; admitted to the 
Bar of Philadelphia, '77 ; admitted to Pennsyl- 
\ ania vSupreme Court, '80 ; admitted to the 
Courts of New York State, '99 ; General Solicitor 
of Lehigh Valley Railroad Company for a number 
of years prior to election to the Presidency of 
Lehigh University ; published Treatise on Tun- 
nelling, Explosive Compounds and Rock Drills. 
78 ; also Treatise on Explosive Compounds and 
Rock Drills, '82 ; author of various papers read 
before the American Institute of Mining Engi- 
neers ; published enlarged edition of Ball's Railroad and Telegraph Laws of Penn- 
sylvania, '84 ; member Century Club, New York ; University Club, New York ; 
University Club, Philadelphia , Past manager of the American Institute of Mining 
Engineers, and one of the founders of the Institute ; member of the Society for the 
Promotion of Engineering Education ; LL. D., Lafayette College, '05. 



Joseph Frederick Klein, Ph. B., D. E., 357 Market St., Bethlehem. 

Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Dean 0/ the Facultv- 




Ph.B., Yale, '71; D. E., Yale, '73 
Society of Mechanical Engineers. 



American 



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Charles Lewis Thornburg, C. E., F^ii. D., University Park, South Bethlehem. 

Professor of Mathematics and Asiro)tomy and Secretary of the Faculty- 



Graduate of Marshall College, Huntingdon, W. 
Va., '76; B.vS., '81; B. E., '82; C. E., '83; 
Ph. D., '84, of \'anderbilt University ; Fellow in 
Mathematics, '8i-'82 ; Graduate Fellow, '82-'84 ; 
Instructor in Engineering Department, '84— '86 ; 
Assistant Professor Engineering and Astronomy, 
'86— '95, at Vanderbilt University ; Member of 
American Mathematical Society ; Member of 
the Society for the Promotion of Engineering 
Education ; Engineering Association of the 
South ; Fellow of the American Association for 
Advancement of Science ; Phi Beta Kappa ; 
Beta Theta Pi. 




William C. Th.wer, M. A., L. H. D., 

Projessor of the Enrjlish Language and Literature. 



B. A., '76, Columbia; M. A., '84, Williams; 
L. H. D., '00, Hobart ; Student, University of 
Gottingen, '79-'8o ; Graduate Student, Johns 
Hopkins University, '81 ; Professor of Mathe- 
matics, Hobart, '82-83 : Fellow, '84 and '88, 
Johns Hopkins University ; Instructor in 
Modern Languages, Baltimore, ■88-91 ; Pro- 
fessor of Modern Languages, Pennsylvania State 
College, '92— '95. 



59 Market St., Bethlehem. 




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William Suddards Franklin, M. S., Sc. D., 
Projcssor o) Physics. 



127 Wall St Bethlehem. 



M. S., '87, University of Kansas ; Assistant Pro- 
fessor of Physics, University of Kansas, '87—90 ; 
Student, University of Berlin, '90— '91 ; Morgan 
Fellow, Harvard University, "91— '92 ; Professor 
of Physics and Electrical Engineering, Iowa 
State College, '92-'gj ; Student, Cornell Univer- 
sity, winter terms '92— '96 ; Sc. D., Cornell Uni- 
versity, 1901 ; Honorary Member of the Kansas 
Academy of Science ; Fellow of the American 
Association for the Advancement of Science, and 
Past Vice-President of the Section of Physics ; 
Member and Past President of the Iowa Academy 
of Science ; Member of the American Physical 
Society; Member of the Society for the Promo- 
tion of Engineering Education ; Member of the 
American Institute of Electrical Engineers ; Member of the American Astro— Physical 
Society ; Member of the American Electrochemical Society ; Phi Delta Theta ; Phi 
Beta Kappa ; Sigma Xi ; Tau Beta Pi. 




John L. Stewart, A. B., Ph. B., . 

Professor 0/ Economics and History. 



678 Ostrum St., South Bethlehem. 




B. A., Philadelphia Central High School ; Ph. B., 
'89, University of Pennsylvania ; Wharton Fel- 
low in History and Economics ; Graduate 
Student, Department of Philosophy, University 
of Pennsylvania ; Assistant Professor of English 
in the Philadelphia Central Manual Training 
School, '90-'92 ; Professor of History and 
Economics, Philadelphia North East Manual 
Training School, '92-'98 ; Member of American 
Economic Society ; Society for the Historical 
Study of Religion (American Oriental Society); 
American Academy of Political and Social 
vScience ; American Association for the Advance- 
ment of Science ; Phi Beta Kappa. 



Robert W. Blake, A. B., A. M., St. Luke's Place anri Ostrum vSt., South Bethlehem. 
Projessor of the Latin Laiuiuage and Literature. 



A. B., Princeton, '87; A.M., '88; Classical Fel- 
low, '87-'88 ; Princeton Theological Seminary, 
'SS-'go ; Instructor in Greek, Princeton, '90-94; 
Universities of Leipzig and Erlangen, '94-'g5 ; 
Professor of Latin, Washington and Jefferson 
College, '96-99 ; Member American Philological 
Association : Delta Upsilon. 




Charles J. Goodwin, Ph. D., 

Professor oj the Greek Language and Literature. 



118 Church St. Bethlehem 



A. B., Bowdoin College, '87 ; A. M., '90 , Ph. D., 
Johns Hopkins, '90 ; Student, University of 
Berlin ; Professor of Greek, Cornell College, 
Iowa ; Professor of Greek, St. Stephen's Col- 
lege ; Member American Philological Association 




William Esty, B. A., S. B., M. A., 

Professor oj Electrical Engineering. 



2 1 South New St., Bethlehem. 




B. A., '89; M. A , '93, Amherst, S. B., '93. 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology ; Member 
American Institute Electrical Engineers ; Mem- 
ber Society for Promotion of Engineering Edu- 
cation ; Instructor in Electrical Engineering, 
'93-"95 ; Assistant Professor of Electrical Engi- 
neering, '95-'98 ; Associate Professor of Elec- 
trical Engineering, 'gS-'oi, University of Illi- 
nois ; Tau Beta Pi ; Psi Upsilon. 



Joseph William Richards, A C, M. A., M. S., Ph. D , University Park, S. Bethlehem. 
Professor of Metallurgy, Mineralogy and Blowpipe Analysis. 




A. C, '86, Lehigh University ; M. A., '87, Phila- 
delphia High School; M.S., '90, Ph.D., '93, 
Lehigh University ; Member of the Tau Beta 
Pi ; Past President and at present Secretary of 
the American Electrochemical Society ; Member 
of Council of American Chemical Society ; 
Member of Deutsche Bunsen Gesellschaft ; 
Member of Faraday Society, England ; Member 
of the Iron and Steel Institute, England ; 
Member and Professor of Electrochemistry of 
the Franklin Institute ; Member of American 
.Society for Testing Materials. 



Howard Eckfeldt, B. S., E. M., 

Professor of Mining Engineering. 



438 Seneca vSt., vSoutli I5etlik'hem. 



B. S., '95, E. M., '96, Lehigh; Member^ Ameri- 
can Institute of Mining Engineers • Tau Beta 
Pi ; Alpha Tau Omega 




Arthur E. Meaker. C. E., . 

Professor of Mailiematu.s. 



542 North St., Bethlehem. 



C. E., '75, Lehigh , '75-'77, with P. R. R. 
Instructor in Mathematics, Lehigh, '7 7-'97 
Assistant Professor, '98-'o5. 




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Preston Albert Lambert, B. A., M. A., 
Professor of Mathematics. 



15 South Centre St., Bethlehem. 




B A., '83 ; M. A., '91, Lehigh L'niversity ; 
Instructor in Mathematics, Lehigh University, 
'84-'97 ; Assistant Professor, '98-'o6 ; Graduate 
Student, Germany, '93-'94 ; Fellow American 
Association for the Advancement of vScience ; 
Member American Mathematical Society ; Mem- 
ber of the Society for the Promotion of Engi- 
neering Education ; Phi Beta Kappa ; Psi L'psi- 
lon ; Member of American Philosophical Society. 



Philip M. Palmer, A. B., 

Professor of Modern Lanquaoes. 



34 North New St., Bethlehem. 




A. B., Bowdoin ; A. B., Harvard ; Phi Beta 
Kappa ; Theta Delta Chi. 



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William B. Schober, B. S., A.M., Ph.D., 844 Delaware Ave., .South Bethlehem 
Professor of Chemistrv- 



B. S., '86 ; A. M., '90, vSt. John's College ; Ph. D., 
'92, Johns Hopkin.s University ; Member Ameri- 
can Chemical Society ; Fellow American Asso- 
ciation Advancement of .Science ; Theta Delta 
Chi ; Fellow Chemical .Society (London) ; Mem- 
ber Societe Chimique de France ; Member 
Society Chemical Industry. 




Benjamin LeRoy Miller, A. B., Ph. D., 

Professor of Geology 



672 Ostrum St. South Bethlehem. 



A. B., University ot Kansas, '97 ; Ph. D., Johns 
Hopkins University, '03 ; Fellow Geological 
Society of America ; Fellow American Associa- 
tion for the Advancement of Science ; Geologist, 
Maryland Geological Survey ; Assistant Geolo- 
gist, U. S. Geological Survey ; Professor in 
Penn College, '97-'oo : Associate in Geology in 
Bryn Mawr College, 'o3-'o7 ; Sigma Xi. 




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Frank Pope McKibben, S. B , 

Professor of Ciui' Engineering. 



817 St. Luke's Place, South Bethlehem 




S. B., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 
"94 ; Assistant in the Department of Civil 
Engineering, 'g^-'gS ; Instructor, '96-'o3 ; 
Assistant Professor, 'o3-'o6 ; Associate Profes- 
sor of Civil Engineering, '06 till September, '07, 
at Massachusetts Institute of Technology ; 
Assistant Engineer, New Bedford Bridge, '97 
and '98 ; Assistant Engineer, Boston Elevated 
Railroad Company, '99-'oi ; Assistant Engi- 
neer, Massachusetts Railroad Commission, '01 
till September, '07 ; Librarian, Boston Society 
of Civil Engineers, 'o2-'o7 ; Member of Ameri- 
can \ Society of Civil Engineers ; American 
Society for Testing Materials ; Society for Pro- 
motion of Engineering Education ; Boston 
Society of Civil Engineers. 



Winter L. Wilson, C. E., M. S., - 

Professor 0} Railroad Engineering. 



x8 South New St., Bethlehem. 




C. E., Lehigh University, '88 ; M. S., Lehigh 
University, '01 ; Member of the American 
vSociety of Civil Engineers. 



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Robert C. H. Heck, M. E., 

Professor of Experimental Enpineering. 



St. Luke's Place, South Helhleheni. 



M. E., Lehigh University, '93 ; Tau Beta Pi ; 
Member American vSociety of Mechanical 
Engineers. 




W.ALTER \V. Davis, B. S., A. B„ Ph.D., 

Professor oj Physical Education. 



449 Walnut St., South Bethlehem. 



B. S., Upper Iowa University, '93 ; A. B., Stan- 
ford, '97 ; Ph. D., Yale, '01 ; Physical Director, 
Iowa College, '99-'o^ ; Director of Physical 
Training, Lehigh, 'o2-'o5 ; Professor of Physi- 
cal Education, Lehigh, '07. 




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p. B DE SCHWEINITZ, M. E., . 

Professor of Machine Design. 



220 Wall St., Bethlehem. 




Graduate Rcyal Polytechnic School, Stuttgart, 
'74 ; six years Teacher of Mechanical Engineer- 
ing at Western University ot Pennsylvania, 
'74-'8o ; Mechanical Engineer for Colorado Coal 
and Iron Company, '8o-'92 ; Member of Ameri- 
can Society of Mechanical Engineers, '8o-'q5 ; 
with Bethlehem Steel Company, '92-'oi ; with 
Pennsylvania Steel Company, 'oi-'oj. 



Robert W. Hall, A. M., Ph. D , 

Assistant Professor of Bioloqv- 



401 Broad St., Bethlehem. 




Ph. B., Yale, '95. A. B., '97, A. M., '98; Ph.D., 
'01, Harvard , Fellow American Association for 
the Advancement of Science ; Member Ameri- 
can Zoological Societv. 



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Harry M. Ulmann, A. B., Ph.D., 

Assistant Processor of Chemistrv. 



148 South Main vSt., Hethlehem 



A. B., Ph. D., Johns Hopkins University ; Mem- 
ber of American Chemical Society ; Member 
Deutsche Chemische Gesellschaft ; Member of 
American Association for the Advancement of 
Science ; Theta Delta Chi. 




John Hutchinson Ogburn, C. E., . . 362 Chestnut St., South Bethlehem. 

Assistant Professor in Mathematics ayid A stronomv. 



C. E., Vanderbilt University, '92 ; Fellow in 
Engineering, '92-'93 ; Assistant Astronomer 
Dudley Observatory, '93-95 ; Instructor Math- 
ematics and Astronomy, Lehigh University, 

'95-'o6 -Ben. 




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Barry MacXuvt, E. E., M. S., 

Assistant Professor of Physics, 



841 Seneca St., South Bethlehem. 




E. E., Lehigh, '97 ; M. S., '98 ; Beta Theta Pi ; 
Member of the Franklin Institute ; Member of 
the American Electrochemical vSociety ; Fellow 
of the American Association for the Advance- 
ment of Science ; Member of the American 
Physical Society ; Member of the National 
Geographical Society ; Associate Member Ameri- 
can Institute Electrical Engineers. 



Walter Savage Landis, Met. E., M.S. . 211 South New St., Bethlehem. 

Asststa)if Professor 0} Metallurgy and Mineratoqy- 




Met. E., Lehigh, '02 ; Assistant in Departments 
of Mineralogy and Metallurgy, 'o2-'o4 ; Instruc- 
tor in Departments of Metallurgy and Miner- 
alogy, 'o4-'o5 ; Student in Heidelberg, 'o5-'o6; 
(Returned to Lehigh University, 'o6-'o7 ; 
Graduate Student, Lehigh, 'o4-'o5, 'o5-'o6.) 
Degree of Master of Science, Lehigh, '06. 
Assistant Professor of Metallurgy and Miner- 
alogy' June, '07 ; Member of American Chemi- 
cal Society, American Electrochemical Society, 
Deutsche Bunsen Gesellschaft ; in charge of 
chapters on Bituminous Coal, Manganese and 
Chromium of Carnegie Institution's " Econo- 
mic History of the United States ;" Tau Beta 
Pi ; Phi Sigma Kappa. 



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Myron J. Luch, M. A., Ph.D., 

Assistant Professor oj Euglish. 



208 FirsL Avenue, Bethlehem. 



B. A., '02; M. A.; '03, Lehigh Univetsity , 
Instructor in English, Lehigh, 'o4-'o5 ; Teach- 
ing Fellow and Assistant in Greek, Tulane 
University : Ph. D., 'os-'oy ; * B K. 




Percy L. Hughes, A. B., A.M., Ph.D., 434 Seneca St., South Bethlehem. 

Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Psycholoav- 



A. B., Alfred University, '99 ; Teachers Diploma, 
Teachers College, New^ York City, "97 , A. M., 
Columbia University, '02 ; Ph. D., Columbia 
University, '04 ; Teacher and Principal, Second- 
ary Schools, '96-'oi ; Instructor in Philosophy, 
Alfred University, 'gS-'gg ; Fellow in Philoso- 
phy, Columbia University, 'o2-'o3 ; Assistant 
in Philosophy, Columbia University, 'o3-'o5 ; 
Instructor in Philosophy and Psychology, Uni 
versity of Minnesota, 'o5-'o6 ; Acting-Professor 
of Philoso])hy, and Director of Extension 
Courses for Teachers, Tulane University, 'o6-'o7 , 
Member of American Philosophical Association, 
Western Philosophical Association, American 
Association for the Advancement of Science, 




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LECTURERS. 

Edward Higgixsox Williams, Jr., B. A., E. M., A. C, E.G. S. A , Andover, Mass. 
Lecturer o)i Mining and Geology- 
B. A., Yale, '72: A. C, Lehigh, "75: E. M., Lehigh, '76; F. G. S. A. (Original 
Fellowj; Honorary Member Phi Beta Kappa, Zeta Chapter (New York); 
Member American Philosophical Society; Eellow American Association 
Advancement of Science; Member American Institute of Mining Engineers; 
a Founder of Tau Beta Pi; Psi Upsilon. 

William L. Estes, IVL D., Delaware Ave. and St. Luke's Place, South Bethlehem. 
Lecturer on Physiology and Hygiene. 
A. ^L, Bethel College; M. D., '77, University of \'irginia; M. D., '78, Univer- 
sity of City of New York; Fellow American Academy of Medicine; Fellow 
American Surgical Society; Permanent Member Pennsylvania State Med- 
ical Society; Charter Member American Academy of Railway Surgeons; 
Member Lehigh Yalley Medical Association of Railway Surgeons; Member 
Northampton County Medical Society; Phi Gamma Delta. 

Alexaxder ^L^cFarlaxe, M. A., D. Sc, LL. D., Chatham, Ontario 

Lecturer on Matheynatical Physics. 
M. A., '75 : D. vSc, '78, Universit}^ of Edinburgh, Scotland ; Fellow of 
the Royal Society of Edinburgh, Scotland ; Member of the American Insti- 
tute of Electrical Engineers ; Fellow of the American Association for 
the Advancement of Science ; Member American Mathematical Society ; 
Corresponding Member of the Sociedad Cientifica, Mexico ; Corresponding 
Member of the Circola Mathematico di Palermo, Italy. 



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INSTRUCTORS. 

Natt Morrill Emery, M. A., 125 vSouth High St., Bethlehem 

Instructor in I'uhlic Speaking. 

A. B., Dartmouth, '95; M. A., Lehigli I'niversity, '99; Plii Beta Kappa; 
Phi Gamma Delta. 

Emil Gelhaar, 148 vSouth Main St., Bethlehem 

Instructor in Frechanti Draunnq. 

James Warren Miller, B. S., M. A., Ph. D., 433 Walnut St., So. Bethlehem. 

Instructor in Mathematics and Astronomy. 

B. S., '97, Pennsylvania State College; M. A., '99, Columbia; Ph. D., '01, 
Columbia; U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, '02; Fellow at Columbia; Phi 
Kappa Phi. 

Alpha A. Diefenderfer, A. C, 636 West Broad St., Bethlehem. 

Instructor in Quantitative Analysis and Assaying. 

A. C, Lehigh, '02; Tau Beta Pi. 

John Eugene Stocker, B. S., 148 North St., Bethlehem. 

Instructor in Mathematics. 

B. S., Lehigh University, '95; Instructor in Mathematics, Western Military 
Institute, Alton, 111., '95, '97; Graduate Student in Mathematics, LTniversity 
of Chicago, '97-'98; Principal of Bethlehem High vSchool, '98-'o3; Phi Beta 
Kappa. 

Stanley Sylvester Seyfert, B. S., E E., 425 Chestnut St., So. Bethlehem. 

Instructor in Electrical Engineering. 
B. S., Keystone State Normal, '00; E. E., Lehigh University, '04; Associate 
Member of American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Tau Beta Pi. 

Arthiir W. Klein, M. E., 158 South New St., Bethlehem. 

Instructor in Mechanical Engineering. 
M. E., '99, Lehigh LTniversity; Junior Member of American Society of 
Mechanical Engineers; Tau Beta Pi. 

Otto Cornelius Burkhart, 9 South Centre St., Bethlehem. 

Instructor in Metallurgy, Mineralogy and Crvstalloqraphv. 
B. S., '88; E. M., '89; C. E., ''92, Lehigh; Phi Delta Theta. 

George C. Beck, A. C, 416 Wyandotte St., South Bethlehem. 

Instructor in Chemistry. 
A. C, Lehigh University, '03; Phi Delta Theta 

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Clarence E. Clewell, E. E., Moravian College, Bethlehem. 

Instructor in Electrical Engineering . 
E. E., Lehigh I'niversity, '05; Sigma Chi: Tau Beta Pi. 

Ch.arles vS. Fo.x, LL. R., a. M., Ph. D. 

Instructor in Modern Languages. 

A. B., University of Rochester, '91; LL. B., Union University, '93; A. M., 
Harvard, '03; Admitted to Bar, State of New York, '93; Student, L'niver- 
sity Gottingen, '97: Graduate Student, University of Chicago, '98-'99; vStu- 
dent, University of Berlin, '99-'oo; Instructor, Morgan Park Academy, '01- 
'03; Graduate .Student, Harvard, 'o3-'o5; Ph. D., Harvard, "07. 

Ch.^rles F. Woods, Ph. D., 22 South High St., Bethlehem. 

Instructor in Modern Languages. 

A. B., Johns Hopkins, '91; Ph. D., '97: Instructor in Modern Languages, 
Richmond College, '97-'99; Instructor in Modern Languages, Swarthmore 
College, '99-'oo; Acting Professor of German, Pennsylvania College, 'oo-'o2; 
Assistant Professor, Colorado College, 'o3-'o4; Beta Theta Pi. 

Ch.\rles K. Meschter, B. S., B. A., M. A., 27 Xorth Xew St., Bethlehem. 

Instructor in English. 

B. Sc, L'niversity of Pennsylvania, '96: M. A., '07; Student, Harvard, '99- 
'00; B. A., Harvard '00; Graduate Student, University of Pennsylvania, '04- 
'07; Professor, English and German, Perkiomen Seminary, '96-'o5. 

Edw.ard L. Jones, ^L E., 928 Delaware Avenue, South Bethlehem. 

Instructor in .Mechanical Engineering. 
M. E , Stevens Institute, '92. 

Sidney J. Lockner, A. M., 828 Pawnee St., .South Bethlehem. 

Instructor in .Mathematics. 

A. B., I'nion College, '90; Assistant at Dudley Observatory, Albany: A. M., 
Union, '93: .Senior Fellow in Physics at Clark University, '94: Assistant 
at Harvard College Observatory, '95; Chi Psi; Sigma Xi. 

T. A. H. M.^WHiNNEv, 542 Chestnut St., South Bethlehem. 

Assistant in German. 

B. A., Lehigh, '06: Graduate Student, L'niversity of Munich, 'o6-'o7. Phi 
Beta Kappa. 

Leon D. Conkling, C E., 829 .Seneca St., South Bethlehem. 

Instructor in Civil Engineering. 

C. E., Cornell, '00; Assistant City Engineer, 'oo-'o2; City Engineer, 'o2-'o4, 
Elmira, N. Y.; Estimator and Draughtsman, L. S. & M. S. Ry., 'o4-'o6; 
Associate Member .American Society of Civil Engineers. 

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Sylvanus a. Becker, C. E., 211 vSouth New St., Bethlehem 

Instructor in Civil Engineering. 
C. E., Lehigh, '03: Plii vSigina Kap])a; Tau Beta Pi. 

Lowell E. Conrad, C. E., 722 Cherokee vSt., vSouth Bethlehem. 

Instructor in Cii'i/ Engineering. 

B. vS. of C. E., Cornell College, Iowa, '04; C. E., '06; Associate Member Amer- 
ican vSociely of Civil Engineers 

\lbert J. Willis, C. E., 722 Cherokee St., vSouth Bethlehem. 

Instructor in Civil Engineering. 

C. E., Lehigh, '05: Tau Beta Pi. 

Frank R. Ingalsbe, B. S., S. B., 29 North New St., Bethlehem. 

Instructor in Geology. 
B. S., Middlehury College, '03; S. B., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 
'06; Delta Upsilon. 

Vahan S. Babasinian, A. M., Ph. D., 460 Chestnut vSt., vSouth Bethlehem. 

Instructor in Chemistry. 
A B., Anatolia College, '95: A. M., Brown I'niversity, '03; Ph. D., '06; 
Member of the American Association for the Advancement of Science; 
Sigma Xi. 

Joseph Daniels, 411 Cherokee St., South Bethlehem. 

Instructor in Mining Engineering. 
S. B. in Mining Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, '05; 
Member of Mining Engineering Society ; Geological Journal Club. 

Frederick SteerE Beattie, Ph. B., 452 Vine St., South Bethlehem. 

Instructor in Chemistry. 
Ph. B., Brown University, '06; Member of the Torrey Botanical Society; 
Member of the American Association for the Advancement of Science; 
Sigma Xi. 

James H. \\'ily, E. E., 704 Dakota St., South Bethlehem. 

Instructor in Physics. 
E. E., Lehigh University, '05; Associate Member of American Institute of 
Electrical Engineers; Sigma Phi Epsilon. 

R. J. GiLMORE, A. B., Taylor Hall, South Bethlehem 

Instructoi in Biology. 
A. B., Lehigh I'niversity, '07; Phi Beta Kappa. 

Arthur Edgar, A. C, 449 Vine St., South Bethlehem 

Assistant in Chemistry. 
A. C, Lehigh, '05. 

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Joseph Benson Reynolds, A. B , 323 Packer Ave., South Bethlehem. 

instrtictor in Mathematics. 
A. B., Lehigh University, '07; Phi Beta Kappa. 

D. J. McAd.\m, Jr., A. B., A. M., M. S., 454 Chestnut vSt., South Bethlehem. 

A. B., Washington and Jefferson, '97; A. M., Washington and Jefferson, '00; 
M. S., University of Pennsylvania, '06. 

W. N. Berkeley, B. S., Ph. D., 452 Vine St., South Bethlehem. 

B. S., St. John's College, '96; Ph. D., Johns Hopkins, '99; Member of the 
American Chemical Society; Professor of Chemistry at St. Johns' College, 
'93-'96; Government Chemist in Porto Rico, '99-'o5; Professor of Chemistry 
and Physics at Sweetbriar, Va., 'o6-'o7. 

George Edwin vStebbins, A. B., Ph. D., 222 South High vSt., Bethlehem. 

Instructor in Physics. 
A. B., Bates College, '03; Ph. D., Clark University, '07. 

J A. Veazey, a. B., M. a., 222 South High St., Bethlehem. 

Instructor in Physics. 
A. B., Westminster College, '02; M. A., '05; A. B., Cornell University, '06. 

RoLLiN Landis Charles, A. B., 222 Lehigh St., Allentown. 

A. B., Lehigh University, '07; Member of the American Association for the 
Advancement of Science; Phi Beta Kappa. 



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ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS. 



Henry Sturgis Drinker, 

EuiSHA P. Wilbur, 

R. Morris Gummere, 

John L. Stewart, 

J. F. Klein, 

Charles L. Thornburg, 

Natt M. Emery, 



President. 

Secretary of the Board of Trustees. 

Treasurer. 

Director of the Library. 

Dean. 

Secretary of the Faculty. 

Assistant to President and Registrar. 



John L. Stewart, Ph. B., 
A. W. Sterner, 
Peter F. Stauffer, . 



LIBRARY. 



Director. 
Cataloguer. 
Shelf Clerk. 



PACKER MEMORIAL CHURCH. 

The Rev. Stewart U. Mitman, Ph. D., . 

432 Cherokee St., South Bethlehem. 

T. Edgar Shields, Mus. D., . 

723 Cherokee St., South Bethlehem. 



Chaplain 
Organist. 



Secretary to the President. 

Frederick R. Ashbaugh, 

309 West Fourth St., vSouth Bethlehem. 



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RAuPH, w. 



GRADUATE STUDENTS. 



FOR DEGREE. 

S. A. Becker, C. E., M. S., 

RoLLiN L. Charles, B. A., M. A., 

Clarence E. Clewell, E. E., M. S., 

Leon D. Conkling, C. E., M. S., 

Lowell E. Conrad, C. E., M. vS., 

Joseph Daniels, S. B., M. S., 

Alpha A. Diefenderfer, A. C, M. S., 

Arthur Edgar, A. C, M. S., 

E. S. Foster, E. E., M. vS., 

Ralph J. Gilmore, B. A., M. A., 

T. A. H. Mawhinxey, B. A., M. A., 

Jos. B. Reynolds, B. A., M. A., 

Stanley S. Seyfert, E. E., M. S., 

John E. Stocker, B. S., M. vS., 

Albert J. Willis, C. E., M. S., 



21 r South New St. 

222 Lehigh St. 

N. Main St., 

829 Seneca St., So. 

722 Cherokee St., So. 

411 Cherokee St., vSo. 

636 West Broad St., 

449 \'ine St., vSo. 

5 14 Dakota St., So. 

Taylor Hall, So. 

542 Chestnut St., .So. 

323 Packer Ayc., .So. 

425 Chestnut St., So. 

321 X. Center .St., 

722 Cherokee St., .So. 



Bethlehem. 
, Allentown. 
Bethlehem. 
Bethlehem. 
Bethlehem. 
Bethlehem. 
Bethlehem. 
Bethlehem. 
Bethlehem. 
Bethlehem. 
Bethlehem. 
Bethlehem. 
Bethlehem. 
Bethlehem. 
Bethlehem. 



SPECIAL STUDENTS. 



Ralph H. Warren, 
GiFFoRD C. Bakewell 

C. H. Struble, A" '/", 

Henry E. Orff, 

AVm. a. Ernst, 



FOR DEGREE. 
M. E., 



336 .Market St., Bethlehem. 



E. M., E 8 Taylor Hall, .So. Bethlehem. 

Pittshurqb, Pa. 
Clas., 430 Seneca St., .So. Bethlehem. 

Ho/yokc, Mass. 

Clas., 20 S. Fourth .St., .So. Bethlehem. 

619 Walnut SL, Reading, Pa. 

Ch. E., 240 SeYenth .\Ye., W. Bethlehem. 



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THE time is fast approaching when we, as Seniors, must in act, if not 
in spirit, sever our connections with Lehigh. F'our long years are 
nearly past, and each has held for us its measure of success or failure, 
pleasure or sorrow. A Senior history often forms one unbroken eulogy 
of Freshman enterprise, Sophomore prowess, Junior serenity, and Senior 
wisdom ; but while our record is one to be remembered with pride and satis- 
faction, it has not always been clear, nor has the way always been easy. 

No particular distinction marked the class that gathered here in 1904, 
and our first year passed in due time, with moderate success in opposing 
the aggressions of the Sophomores. In athletics, besides winning the base- 
ball and football games on Founder's Day, we furnished the usual quota 
of new blood, although many of our best performer?, in this line have long 
since fallen bv the wav. 

The following year found us with a few faces missing, but still in sufifi- 
cient strength to impress upon our successors the lowliness of their position. 
The Sophomore Banquet, and the resulting devastation of the rural dis- 
tricts of Northampton County, have left such a vivid impression on most 
memories, that it is scarcely necessary, nor perhaps desirable, to recall them 
too minutely. All the wildness and folly of our youthful days seemed to 
expend themselves in one unrestrained outburst, for since then our behavior 
has been as mild and decorous as could be desired. 

Our Junior year proved one of the most pleasant and successful of our 
college career, although many of our former friends failed to enjoy it with 
us. Upon our escape from the strenuous activities of underclassmen, we 
assumed new responsibililies which strengthened and disciplined us for the 
more exacting requirements of Seniority. Any previous mistakes were 
atoned for by Ihe chastened spirit that reigned at our Junior Banquet, and 
the year ''was further made memorable by the early and successful publi- 
caion of the Kpitome. 

With ranks sadly depleted, but partially filled by recruits from former 
classes,", we inherited the dignities and duties of Seniors. Unable longer 
to look for guidance to those in power, we have had to realize for ourselves 



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the meaning of this new burden. Whether or nol i1 has been due to a wise 
administration, the hfe of the college thus far during the present year has 
been less troubled by those petty excesses so detrimental to the reputation 
and fair fame of any institution, than for a long period in the past. 

As a class our accomplishments have seldom been brilliant, but they 
at least have alwavs been substantial and reliable. None of the Faculty 
would accuse us of high scholarship, for in many cases several dips into the 
fount of knowledge were necessary, before we learned to swim. We have 
won considerable distinction in athletics, and even if our hopes were not 
fully realized last fall, we have witnessed two victories in baseball over our 
ancient rivals. In other lines of college activity — musical, literary and 
dramatic — our representatives have carried off well-merited honors. We 
have upheld the Honor System as it was handed down to us, and have 
endeavored to preserve it as a vital principle in undergraduate life at Lehigh. 

One other cause for gratification, and this list is complete. Upon 
returning to college last vSeptember, we found presented to us a new set of 
opportunities and of problems — those connected with Taylor Hall and the 
Commons. ]\Iany of us have taken advantage of the opportunities, and 
with the cooperation of the other classes, the problems have to a large degree 
met with solution. We have thus been more fortunate than any of our 
predecessors, if these privileges were of only a single year's duration. That 
we shall have so short a time in Drown ^lemorial Hall will be an abiding 
source of regret. 

At last we have reached the stage where we can well appreciate the oft- 
reiterated phrase, that nothing can ever take the place of college days. 
During the last four years, so short now in retrospect, our life, our actions, 
and our character have been embraced in our existence here; and soon we 
shall leave it to pass into a future whose destiny for us is undisclosed. Not 
until Commencement Day, perhaps, will we feel the true significance of 
parting from our many associations, from our true and steadfast friends, 
some of whom we may never see again. And in the years to come, when 
we pause from the multitudinous activities of our busy lives, may we never 
have cause to remember with regret anything that has happened since we 
first met as the Class of 1908. Historian. 



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sm^/. 




Senior Class, 1 908. 



Colors : Blue and Gray. 



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OFFICERS. 



CarroIvL C. Thomas, Delaware, 
James M. Fair, Pennsylvania, 
G. Richard Roberts, Maryland, 
Warren E. McCann, Pennsylvania, 
Lewis Heck, Pennsylvania, 
Rmmet R. Olcott, New Jersey, 



President. 
Vice-President. 
Secretary. 
Treasurer. 
Historian. 
Athletic Representative. 



% 



YELL. 

H'r.w ! H'ray 1 
Coex Rate ! ! 
Lehigh! Lehigh' 
Nineteen Eight ! ! 



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MEMBERS. 

Frank Carl Anderson, A' I, C. E., A.' I House, So. Bethlehem 

316 X. Main St., Butler, Pa. 
'Varsitv Basketball Team, 'o5-'o6-'o7-'o8; Assistant Manager, ■o6-'o7; 
Manager and Captain, '08; 'Varsity Football Team, '07; Arcadia: Triskai- 
deka; Freshman and Sophomore Football Teams: Freshman and Sopho- 
more Basketball Teams, Captain. 

I, GUIS Antonsanti, /'J, M. E., B Taylor Hall, So Bethlehem. 

Ponce, Porto Rico. 
Secretary and Treasurer Tennis Club : Triskaideka. 

\ViLLi.\M Archer, - X, C E., 334 Broad St., Bethlehem. 

.\Ii. Vernon, X. Y. 

Howard F. Bachman, C. E., 430 Cherokee St., So. Bethlehem. 

Mustard and Cheese, '05. 

Carl Ambrose Baer, X<P, E. E , Greystone Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

Harrisburg, Pa. 
E. E. Society : Sophomore Cotillion Club ; Glee Club 'o7-'o8 ; Tau Beta 
Pi, Recording Secretary; Mustard and Cheese, "o5-'o8: Minstrel Show, 
'o6-'o7 : Starvation Club, Treasurer, ■o6-'o7 ; Secretary and Treasurer 
Boxing Club ; President Lehigh Harrisburg Club ; Second honor Physics, 
Sophomore year ; second honor E. E., Junior year. 

Andrew P. Balston, 'IT, E. M., 28 Market St., Bethlehem. 

Brooklyn, A', i . 
Mustard and Cheese, '07 ; Minstrel Show, '05 : Sword and Crescent : 18 
Club ; Sophomore Cotillion. 

\V. Foster Banks, I X, C. E., 334 Broad St., Bethlehem. 

Middletoun, Pa. 
Class Football Team, 'o4-'o5; Track Team, '05; C. E. Society; Sophomore 
Cotillion Club; Minstrel Show, '05; Calculus Cremation Committee, '06: Hus- 
tling Committee, 'o6-'o8; Assistant Manager Gym Team, 'o6-'o7; Manager 
Gym Team, "o7-'o8: Mustard and Cheese, '07: Secretary Mustard and Cheese, 
'08: Junior Prom Committee, '07: June Hop Committee, '07: Arcadia, '08. 

John Stevenson Barker, J 7' J, M. E., J T J House, Bethlehem. 

4748 Wallingford St., Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Freshman Baseball Team; Captain Sophomore Baseball Team; Skull and 
Heart: Sophomore Cotillion Club; Sword and Crescent; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; June Hop Committee; 'Varsity Baseball Team, 'o6-'o7. 

Carl G. Barth, I X, E. M., 334 Broad St., Bethlehem 

1 94 1 V. Thirtv-thtrd St., Philadelphia, Pa 

George Bason, A' I, E. E., A' I House, So. Bethlehem. 

Sayville, L. I , X. Y. 

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Harvey Bassler, E. M., 620 Pawnee .St., So. Hetlileliem. 

Myerstown, Pa. 
Mining Engineering Society; First Prize Sophomore Mathematics; First Wil- 
liams Prize in Soph English Composition; Junior Oratorical Contest; First 
Junior Honors in Mining Engineering Course; Tau Beta Pi. 

James S. Bavless, BH //, M. E., B 2t, Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

2221 St. Paul St., Baltimore, Md. 
Captain Freshman Football Team; Freshman Relay and Track Teams; 
'Varsity Track Team, 'o4-'o3 ; Lacrosse Squad, 'o4-'o5; Freshman Lacrosse 
Team; Gym Team, 'o5-'o6; Hustling Committee, 04'-'o5, 'o6-'o7; Y. M. 
C. A. Social Committee, 'o4-'o,s, 'oy-'oS; Founder's Day Hop Committes, 
'07; Mechanical Society; Minstrel Association Chorus, '05; Interlocutor, '07; 
Mustard and Cheese Cast, '07; Vice-President, '08; Brown and White Assist- 
ant Business Manager, 'o6-'o7; Business Manager, 'o7-'o8; Skull and Heart 
Society; Phi Club; Sophomore Cotillion Club; Sword and Crescent Society; 
Arcadia. 

EniARDO Beato, C. E., Circulo Iljero Americano Club, So. Bethlehem. 

Havana, Cuba. 
Fred V. Bechtel, <1> IK, E. E., <l> - A House, So. Bethlehem. 

480 ir. State St., Trenton, N. J. 
Freshman Football Team; Endman Minstrel Show, '05 -'07; Assistant Man- 
ager, 'o6-'o7; Manager, 'o7-'o8; Mustard and Cheese Cast, 'o6-'o8; Stage 
Manager, '07; President, "08; Founder's Day Hop Committee, '06; Chair- 
man Junior Prom Committee; June Hop Committee; Arcadia; Sword and 
Crescent; Triskaideka; Alpha Pi; University Wits; E. E. Society. 

Charles Clyde Behney, M. E., A 5 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

Carlisle, Pa. 
Class Relay Team, 'o5-'o6-'o7; Captain Sophomore Relay Team; 'Varsity 
Track Team, '05; Press Club; Mechanical Engineering Society; Treasurer 
M. E. Society, 'o7-'o8. 

Russell Davenport Bell, - <P, L. S., I (P Place, So. Bethlehem. 

New Brighton, New 'i'ork, N. V. 
Phi Club; 18 Club; Sword and Crescent; Class Historian, 'o4-'o5; Burr, 
Assistant Editor, 'o6-'o7 ; Editor in Chief, 'o7-'o8; Class Book Committee. 

Paul H. Bishop, E. M., 12 Garrison St., Bethlehem. 

James J. Boyle, Ch. E., 123 W. Fourth St., So. Bethlehem 

Frecland, Pa. 
Cornetist in University Band and Orchestra; Chemical Society. 

Walter C. Breenan, J Y, C. E., J Y House, So. Bethlehem. 

381 E. Northampton St., Wilkes-Barrc, Pa.. 
President Sophomore Class; Toastmaster Sophomore Banquet; Football 
Squad, 'o5-'o6; "Clerk of Court," Calculus Cremation; Athletic Represent- 
ative, Junior Year; Junior Banquet Committee; Toast, Junior Banquet; 
Cheer Leader, '07. 

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Charles H. Bkiulhakt, 

Tail Beta Pi. 
George Raleigh Brothers, 



E. E., 



L. S., 



520 Pawnee vSt., So. Bethlehem. 
Dallastown, York Co., Pa. 



B Taylor Hall, vSo. Bethlehem. 
2216 Floyd Ave., Richmond, Va. 
Arts and Science Club, Secretary, 'o.5-'o6: Vice-President, 'oj-'oS; C. E. 
Society; Democratic Club; Boxing Club; V. M. C. A. Cabinet, 'oy-'oS; 
Minstrel Show, Endnian, '07; Glee Club, 'oy-'oS; Press Club; Broun and 
White, 'o6-'o8; Business Manager Senior Class Book. 

Robert A. Burlingame, h J X, M. E., 601 Delaware Ave., So. Bethlehem. 

46 Main St., Exeter, X. H. 
Tau Beta Pi; Football Team, 'o6--'o8; 1908 Ei'ITo.me Board. 



A. R. Burchsted, J /', 
Halsted \\'. Caldwell, '/" 1', 



M. E., 
E. M., 



J )' House, .So. Bethlehem. 



28 Market St., Bethlehem. 

Oxford, X. C. 

C. E., 522 Tilghman .St., Allentown. 

C. E., ^ ^ House, So. Bethlehem. 

3153 Frank ford .Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 
C. E., f-J E House, So. Bethlehem. 

315 Borl eck St., Fox Chase, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Ch. E., Bethlehem. 

]]'inston-Salem, X. C. 
Tau Beta Pi; Wilbur Scholarship; Junior Alumni Prize in Chemistry; Chem- 
ical Society; Y. M. C. A. 

Francis Altox Collins, B h U, M. E., Bd 11 House, So. Bethlehem 

24 Locust St., Flushing, L. I. 
Broun and II7n/e Board, 'o5-'o8; Press Club; Class Relay Team, '04; 'Varsity 
Track Team, 'o5-'o6; Sophomore Cotillion Club; M. E. Society. 



Frank Cannon, 

William Franklin Carso.n, 8 Z, 

John A. Clarke, Jr., '--' .= , 

John H. Clewell, Jr.: 



Noel Cunningham, 

President E. M. Society, 'o^ 

Charles S. Dandois, 



JoH.N Edgar Datbenspeck 
P'rancis J. Deemer, Jr., 



'08. 



F:. M., 357 Market St., Bethlehem. 

C. E., A 24 Taylor Hall, vSo. Bethlehem. 

Salladasburg, Pa. 

C. E., So. Allentown. 



E. M., C 20 Taylor Hall, vSo. Bethlehem. 
73 ir. Xorthampton St., Wilkes-Barre, Pa 
Freshman Baseball Team; Secretary Mining Society; Burr Board, Art Editor. 



Francis J. Dent, E. M., 

\\M. MacFarland Do.naldson, J (P , M. E., 



827 Bishopthorpe St., So. Beth. 



St. Elmo Hall, So. Bethlehem. 
805 Hamilton Terrace, Baltimore, Md. 
Tau Beta Pi; Second Prize Junior OrsWorical Contest; 1908 Epitome Board; 
Glee and Mandolin Clubs, 'o7-'o8; Gymnasium Team, 'o.s-'o6; Lacrosse 
Team, '07; Skull and Hear*; vSophomore Cotillion Club; 18 Club; Sword 
and Crescent. 



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John J. DonEgan, M. E., vSo. Hethlelieni 

M. E. Society. 

Charles Harrison Dorsev, C. E., E 2 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

407 A'. Charles St., Baltimore, Md. 
C. E. vSociety; Starvation Club; Maryland Club: Polytechnic-Lehigh Club. 

John W. DorsEv, Jr., E. E., E 2 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

407 A'. Charles St., Baltimore, Md. 
Tau Beta Pi; Maryland Club; Polytechnic-Lehigh Club; E. E. Society. 

William Coppie Duncan, A' A, E- M., A' .4 Lodge, So. Bethlehem. 

Ishpeming, Mich. 
Founder's Day Hoji Committee, '04; June Hop Committee, '06; Junior 
Prom Committee, '06; Manager Baseball Team, '07; Assistant Manager, '06; 
Lacrosse Team, 'o.s-'oS; Captain, '08; Substitute Football Team, 'o3-'o7; 
Arcadia, 'o7--'o8; Double L Club; Sword and Crescent Club; 18 Club; Phi 
Club; Skull and Heart. 

Robert M. Eckert, <I) 1' A, M. E., 456 Walnut St., Allentown. 

Kendrick EshlEma.n, Jr., M. E., 520 Pawnee vSt., So. Bethlehem. 

Lcaman Place. Pa. 

Charles Peter Evrich, .4T Q, E. E., 338 Wyandotte St., So. Bethlehem. 

329 A'. Xiiith St., Reading, Pa. 

James Means Fair, (P J(-), C. E., 510 vSeneca St., So. Bethlehem. 

Salisbury, Pa. 
Freshman Baseball Team; Sophomore Baseball Team; C. E. Society; Chair- 
man Calculus Cremation Committee; Toast at Junior Banquet; President 
of Tennis Association, '07; Class Vice-President, 'o7-'o8; Assistant Treas- 
urer L. U. Athletic Association, 'o7-'o8; Hustling Committee, '07; Tau 
Beta Pi. 

Edmond C. Fetter, - <P E, M. E., 704 Dakota St., So. Bethlehem. 

T,22, A'. \ intJi St., Reading, Pa. 

Edwin Haldeman FinniE, A' A, M. E., 443 Seneca vSt., So. Bethlehem. 

Freshman German Honors; Sophomore Composition Prize; Junior Honors 
in Mechanical Engineering; Editor Brown and White, 'o4-'o8; Editor 1908 
Epitome; Class Book Committee; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet; Cheer Leader, 
Glee Club, 'o6-'o8; Manager Musical Association; Minstrel Show; M. E. 
vSociety; Executive Committee vSophomore Cotillion Club, '06; Junior Prom 
Committee, '07; June Hop Committee, '07; Tau Beta Pi. 

Gregorio Flores, E. M., Circulo Ibero Americano Club, So. Bethlehem 

Sultello, Mexico. 

Paris NisslEv Fridy, C. E., D 16 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

F.lizabethtown, Pa. 
C. E. Society; Mercersburg Club; Sophomore Baseball Team. 

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Arthur Oram Filton & J .X , M. E., 6oi Delaware Ave., So. Bethlehen;. 

43 iV. Mill St., New Castle, Pa. 
Freshman Football Team; Mandolin Club, 'o4-'o5; Footbal! Squad, 'o4-'o5; 
Calculus Cremation Committee; Triskaideka; Alpha Pi; 'Varsity Football 
Team, '06; Phi Tau Kappa; University Wits; Editor in Chief 1908 Epitome; 
Junior Prom Committee; Chairman June Hop Committee; Tau Beta Pi; 
Toast, Tau Beta Pi Initiatory Banquet; Arcadia. 

Paul A. Fussel:max, M. E., E 24 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

1029 \\'a/)iut St.. Alleutoun, Pa. 
LiN'x Frederick Galbraith, A' 1', E. E., 701 Delaware Ave., vSo. Bethlehem. 

Xafrona, Pa. 
Baseball Team, '06, '07; Captain, '08; Arcadia; E. E. .Society; Sojihomore 
Baseball Team. 

Julius Ganser, A. C, 430 Cherokee St., So. Bethlehem. 

409 .V. Eutau' St., Baltimore, Md. 

Wayne Hunter Geiger, E. E., 423 Chestnut St., So. Bethlehem. 

Douglas sville, Pa. 
Juan R. Geno, C. E., Circulo Djero Americano Club, vSo. Bethlehem. 

Santiago de Cuba. 
Isaac O. GibblE, ^ E, C. E., S E House, So. Bethlehem. 

449 11'. Chestnut St., Lancaster, Pa. 
Freshman Football Team; Mandolin CIuVj; Banjo Club; Lacrosse Squad; 
Junior Class Historian. 

Edward R. Goldsborough, C. E., 512 Cherokee St., So. Bethlehem. 

Edward M. Goucher, J T J, C. E., J 7' J House, Bethlehem. 

Tronoto, Ohio. 

Agustin a. Goytisolo, H J X, E. E., 601 Delaware Ave., So. Bethlehem. 

Cienjuegos, Cuba. 
Freshman Wilbur Prize in French; Class Numerals, Interclass Meet, '05; 
Sophomore Class Historian; Wilbur Prize in Physics, Sophomore Year; 
Circulo Ibero Americano, .Secretary, 'o5-'o6; President, 'o7-'o8; Epitome 
Board; Sophomore Banquet Toast; Vice-President Tau Beta Pi; Junior 
Banquet Committee; E., E. Society. 

John Lyell Gressitt, C. E., 454 Chestnut St., So. Bethlehem. 

1 1 20 Mosher St., Baltimore, Md. 

Arnold Guerber, A. C, 223 N. Fourth St., Allentown. 

Tau Beta Pi; Chemical .Society President, 'o7-'o8; Secretary, 'o6-'o7; 
Wilbur Prize for English, '06; First Honors Sophomore English; Bethle- 
hem Preparatory Alumni Club; American Chemical Society. 

Arthur Henry Hafner, M. E., 351 Broad .St., Bethlehem. 

Bethlehem High .School Lehigh Club, President, 'o7-'o8; M. E. .Society. 

Tobias C Harr, Clas., D. t,s Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

Raymond C. Hatter, A. C, 527 Bradley Alley, So. Bethlehem. 



Lewis Heck, I,. vS., 819 St. Luke's Place, So. Beth. 

Ilecktown Mills, Pa. 
Arcadia, Secretary-Treasurer; Brown and White, 'o\--'o-\ Editor in Chief, 
'o7-'o8: EriTOME Board; Class Secretary, Junior Year; Historian, Senior 
Year; Y, M C. A.; Press Club; Arts and Science Club; Chairman Senior 
Class Book Committee. 

John Hexrv Hills, J (D E, M. E., 704 Dakota St., So. Bethlehem. 

1 610 John SL, Baltimore, Md, 
'Varsity Track Squad, '06; University Choir; M. E. Society. 

Stanley \V. Hill, C. E., 123 W. Broad St., vSo. Bethlehem. 

GiLBERT H.^nd Hoppin, J 0, E. E., - <l> Place, So. Bethlehem. 

Staten Island, N. Y. 
Sword and Crescent: Tau Delta Sigma; Class Football Team, 'o4-'o5; Foot- 
ball Scrub, 'o5-'o6; 'Varsity Footl:)all Team, 'o6-'o7. 

How.^rl) J. J.\CKSON, C. E., A 2 Taylor Hall, vSo. Bethlehem. 

Yonkers, N. Y. 
Tau Beta Pi; C. E. Society; Y. M. C. A.; B. P. S. Lehigh Club. 

RiCH.\RD LvxEX J.\MES, IN, M. E., E 22 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

3731 Locust St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Class Baseball Team; L^niversity Choir, 'o4-'o6; Leader, 'o5-'o6: Junior 
Prom Committee; June Hop Committee; M. E. Society. 

L.'i.WRExcE \\'. J.\NEw.\v, J r J, E. M., 239 Church St., Bethlehem. 

11'. Ottcrman St., Greensburg, Pa. 
Class Football Team, '07; Founder's Day Hop Committee; Mining and Geo- 
logical Society. 

C. H. Jennings, M. E., 680 Ostrum St., Bethlehem, 

NoRM.^N Lee Johnson, X(P, C. E., Greystone Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

588 Pcnn Ave., Elizabeth, .Y. /. 
Sophomore Cotillion Club; Tau Delta Sigma, Secretary; Mustard and Cheese, 
'o4-'o5, 'o6-'o7; Minstrel Show, 'o5-'o6, 'o7-'o8; Founder's Day Hop Com- 
mittee; C. E. vSociety. 

Paul D. Kauffman, C. E., D Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

1392 Perkiomen Ave., Reading, Pa. 
President L. U. Berks Club; C. E. Society; vStarvation Club. 

Edward Norris Kimball, I <J>, E. M., I W Place, So. Bethlehem. 

Rodger's Forge, ^'ord Road, Baltimore Co., Md. 
Sword and Crescent; Maryland Club. 

Thomson King, A T Q, E. E., 328 Wyandotte St., So. Bethlehem. 

217 King George St., Annapolis, Md. 
Maryland Clul), Executive Committee; E. E. Society; Y. M. C. A.; Calculus 
Cremation Committee, '05; Junior Oratorical Contest, '07, Third Prize; 
Assistant Editor in Chief Lehigh Burr; Boxing Club. 

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Stanley B. Koch. El. Met., 724 Cherokee St., So. Bethlehem. 

Joseph T. Kom.\r.\, A 1', E. M., 701 Delaware Ave., So. Bethlehem. 

119 Broad St., Johnstown, Pa. 
Freshman and Sophomore Football Teams; Banjo Club; Mandolin Club; 
Minstrel Show; Triskaideka; "Varsity Track Team; E. M. Society; Mer- 
cersburg Club. 

Theodore F. Kotz, Clas., 452 Vine St., So. Bethlehem. 

R. F. D., No. 4, Xazarcth, Pa. 

F. J. Kr.\Emer, E. E., 123 \V. Fourth St., So. Bethlehem. 

Frackville, Pa. 

Albert E. Kr.\use, M. E., 67 Lehigh St., Bethlehem. 

Arthur B. L.\kev, M. E., B 18 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

3022 Dauphin St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Tau Beta Pi; Lacrosse Monogram, '07; Class Lacrosse Team, '07; Secretary 
M. E. Society; Assistant Conductor, Treasurer and Baritone in L. U. Band; 
Dormitory Committee. 

Kenneth L.^ndis, BH /7, E. E., BB U House, So. Bethlehem. 

v. College St., Carlisle, Pa. 
Arcadia; Tau Delta Sigma; E. E. Society; Mandolin Club; Class Track Team; 
'\'arsity Track Team; Sophomore Cotillion Club; Assistant Manager Football 
Team; Manager Football Team; Mce-President Musical Club; Sword and 
Crescent. 

Clifford B. L.\ngstroth, (P J J, ^L E., 76 Market St., Bethlehem. 

114 ir. Milton Ave, Rahuav, A'. /. 
Freshman Gym Team: Mustard and Cheese. 

Ch.arles H. Le.\m.\n, ^L E., W. Fourth St., So. Bethlehem. 

1242 Perkiomen Ave., Reading, Pa. 

Fr.\nk T. Leilich, E. E., E 20 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem 

3305 W'albrook Ave., Baltimore, Md 
I'niverciiy Band; E. E. vSociety; Maryland Club; Vice-President B. P. I. Club. 

Ralph E. Loper, I E, E. E., 704 Dakota St., So. Bethlehem. 

Port Jefferson, L. I. 
President of Wayside Inn, "06; V. M. C. A. Cabinet, 'o7-'o8; Treasurer 
E. E. Society, 'o7-'o8; Manager College Calendar, 'o7-'o8. 

Joseph Lores, E. E., Seneca St., So. Bethlehem. 

Cienjuegos, Cuba. 

Alfred Jacob Lowengrund, E. E., E ii Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

1827 A\ Eighteenth St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Tau Beta Pi; Freshman and Junior Lacrosse Teams; E. E. Society; Phila- 
delphia H. S. Club; Tennis Club. 

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J. Barton Luckie, 'I')', E. M., 28 Market St., Bethlehem. 

^^;i East Brand Sf., Chester, Pa. 
Skull and Heart: Sophomore Cotillion Clul), Secretary; 18 Club; P'resh- 
man Football Team; Lacrosse Squad, "o5-'o7; Captain Freshman and Junior 
Lacrosse Teams; Football Squad, '07; Minstrel Show and Musical Clul)s, 
'o4-'o5-'o6-'o7 ; Assistant Manager Musical Clubs, 'o7-'o8. 

John P. Lynch, Ch. E., A 11 Taylor Hall, vSo. Bethleliem. 

Newton, X. J. 
Class Secretary, Sophomore Year; Calculus Cremation Committee; Starv^ation 
Club, 'o6-'o7; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, 'o6-'o7; Arcadia, 'o7-'o8; President 
Y. M. C. A., 'o7-'o8; Hustling Committee, 'o7-'o8; Chemical vSociety, 'o6-'o7, 
'o7-'o8; B. P. S. Lehigh Club; President New Jersey Lehigh Club, '08. 

\Vm. T. Lv-ile, (I> r J, E. M., 76 Market St., Bethlehem. 

Main St., Pleasantvillc, Pa. 
Vice-President E. M. Society. 

Warren Edward McCann, E 13 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

109 E. Washington Lane, Gcrmantown, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Treasurer Senior Class; Y. M. C. A., Treasurer, 'o7-'o8; Hand Book Com- 
mittee, 'o6-'o7; Dormitory Committee, President of Section E, 'o7-'o8; 
Hustling Committee, Chairman, 'o7-'o8; M. E. Society, Vice-President, '07- 
'08; N. E. Manual Training School Club of Lehigh, President, 'o7-'o8; Treas- 
urer of Junior Class; Junior Oratorical Contest, First Prize; Wayside Inn, 
President, 'o5-'o6; Vice-President, '05; Sophomore M. E- Baseball Team. 

Francis Regis McDonnell, 1 <1>, C. E., -i' <P Place, So. Bethlehem. 

151 1 McCullok St., Baltimore, Md. 
Sword and Crescent; 18 Club; Phi Club; Skull and Heart; Maryland Club; 
Press Club; Class Football Team, 'o4-'o5. 

Ralph F. McElfresh, 6 J X, C. E., 601 Delaware Ave., So. Bethlehem. 

Washington, D. C. 
Edward MacFarlane, A' A, E. M., A' .4 Lodge, So. Bethlehem. 

Towanda, Pa. 
Gun Club; Sword and Crescent; Sophomore Cotillion Club; Founder's Day 
Hop Committee, '06. 

Wm. Franklin Mackie, 1\, C. E., 66 Church St., Bethlehem. 

2604 A'. Eifth St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Sophomore Baseball Team. 

John Grant Mathers C. E., D Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

658 A.' St., N. E., Washington, D. C. 
Roy Perry Miles, C. E., A 2 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

81 Maple St., Chicopee Falls, Mass. 
C. E. Society; Mandolin Clutj, 'o7-'o8; Glee Club, 'o7-'o8; First Honors 
Civil Engineering, Junior Year; Tau Beta Pi. 

John G. Miller, BB n, M. E., BO II House, vSo. Bethlehem. 

1.S30 First St., Louisville, Ky. 
Sophomore Cotillion Club; Phi Club; Ta Jin; Sword and Crescent. 

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Robert Nicholas Miller, L- S., 

Arts and vScience Club; .M. E. Society. 
Walter P. Morrison, C. E., 

E. M., 



512 Cherokee St., So. Bethlehem 
205 E. GroTC St., Dunmore, Pa. 



D 27 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

409 M tiffin St., Butler, Pa. 

A T Q House, So. Bethlehem. 

Roanoke, Va. 

'Varsity Baseball Team; Tau Beta Pi; Arcadia: Assistant Manager Baseball 

Team, '07; Manager Baseball Team, '08. 

C. E., Delaware Ave., vSo. Bethlehem. 

21 15 A^. Alain Ave, Scranton, Pa. 

C. E., 467 Beech St., So. Bethlehem. 

Callc de Mirasol Mayagiicy, Porto Rico. 



Cajetan Morsack, .4 T U, 



Burton G. Morss, I <P, 
Leoncio Mosouera, 



Art Editor '07 Epitome. 
Frederick R. Mueller. 



F. Theodore Nagel, 
Tau Beta Pi. 



Eduardo Augusto Nunez, A 2 
Emmet R. Olcott, K A, 



E. M., 20 W. Fourth St., So. Bethlehem. 
Aguascalientes, Mexico. 

M. E., 532 Chestnut St., So. Bethlehem. 
C. E., 



A T House, So. Bethlehem. 

Cienfuegos, Cuba. 

C. E., A' A Lodge, So. Bethlehem. 

East Orange, N . J . 

Sophomore Cotillion; Sword and Crescent; Arcadia; Manager Track Team, 

'08; Captain Football Team, '07; Senior Representative Athletic Committee. 



Frank G. Perlev, A T Q, 
E. Willing Peters, K A, 
Edmund F. Petersen, (D I K, 

President C. E. Society, 'o7-'o8. 
Worden Pope, B 6 U, 



E. M., A T Q House, So. Bethlehem. 

New York, N. i'. 

C. E., 422 Cherokee St., So. Bethlehem. 

Munich, Germany. 

C. E., 511 vSeneca vSt., So. Bethlehem. 

The Imperial, Washington , D. C. 



William Priestley, I E, 



E. M., C Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
M. E., 703 Dakota St., So. Bethlehem. 

Chicopec, Mass. 
President Tau Beta Pi; President Mechanical Society; Delegate to Tau 
Beta Pi Convention, Purdue University; Calculus Cremation Committee; 
Substitute 'Varsity Basketball Team, '05; Freshman and Sophomore Bas- 
ketball Team; Freshman and vSophomore Lacrosse Team; Lacrosse Sub., '07; 
Assistant Business Manager '08 Epitome; Founder's Day Hop Committee. 



John Raymond Prizer, IN, 



C. E., 



President University Gun Club; C. E. vSociety. 

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2' N House, Bethlehem. 
123 Chestnut St., Pottstown, Pa. 



James Montgomery Raixe, ./ T Q, E. M., A T <> House, So. Bethlehem. 

^ . Evenu'ood, Tl'. I 'a. 

Tail Beta Pi. 

Edwin E. ReinkE, Clas., ii6 S. New St., Bethlehem. 

L. U. Forum; L. U. Repul)lican Club; Arts and Science Club, Treasurer, 
'o6~'o7; Executive Committee, 'oy-'oS; First Honors Junior Year. 

Leoyd E. Rittek, E. E., E 14 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

209 iV. Seventh St., Allentoitn, Pa. 
Freshman Math First Prize; Tau Beta Pi. 

Geo. Richard Roberts, M. A., LL. B., C. E., A Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

2 119 Guilford Ave., Baltimore, Md. 
C. E. Society; '08 Epitome, Assistant Editor in Chief; Mandolin Club, 
'o5-'o8; Glee Club, 'oy-'oS; Banjo Club, 'o6-'o8; 'Varsity Track Team, 
'o5-'o8; Junior Prom Committee; June Hop Committee; Founder's Day Hop 
Committee; Maryland Club, President; Senior Class, Secretary; Minstrel 
Show, '07; Taylor Hall Dormitory Committee, Chairman; Cairo Club. 

Edward Eare Ross, E. E., 430 Cherokee St., So. Bethlehem. 

1301 Brown St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Leader of Band, 'o6-'o7, 'o7-'o8; E. E. Society; Orchestra, 'o5-'o6, 'o6-'o7. 

Camilo Saenz, J A', M. E-, 334 Broad St., Bethlehem. 

Bogota, Rep. of Columbia, S. A. 
M. E- Society; Gun Club; Circulo Ibero Americano. 
Ernesto Sanchez, C. E., vSeneca St., So. Bethlehem. 

Mayor 43, Camaguey, Cuba. 

Wilson D. Sanderson, </>/' J, Clas., 320 Market St., Bethlehem. 

Forum; L. U. Republican Club; B. P. S. Lehigh Club; Junior Oratorical 

Contest: Arts and Science Club, Vice-President, "o6-'o7, President, 'o7-'o8: 

Senior Class Book Committee. 

Ned H. Sayford, I E, C. E., I <I> E House, So. Bethlehem. 

205 Pearl St., Camden, X. J. 
Tau Beta Pi; Assistant Manager Supply Bureau, 'o6-'o7; Manager, 'o7-"o8: 
Freshman Track Numerals; C. E. Society. 
Frederick M. Savre, B. A., B. S., (P P A, M. E., 76 Market St., Bethlehem. 

Hampton, Va. 
Glee Club, 'o6-'o7, 'o7-'o8; Minstrel vShow, ■o6-'o7. 

Norman W. H. Schafer, (l> J (->, C. E., 510 Seneca St., So. Bethlehem. 

543 Turner St., .Allentouii, Pa. 
Edward C. Schmertz, '/" r, M. E., 28 Market St.. Bethlehem. 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Sophomore Cotillion Club; Tau Delta Sigma: Class Relay Team: Class 
Lacrosse Team; Minstrel Association: 18 Club: Business Manager Lehigh 
Burr; Sword and Crescent. 

Frank Joseph Schuman, M. E., 5 Monocacy St., Bethlehem. 

Football Squad. 

Thos. Harold Sheridan, J X, M. E., 334 Broad St., Bethlehem. 

Chicago, III. 
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Robert H. Siiimek, M. E., 221 Market St., Bethlehem. 

Tall Ik'ta Pi; M. E. Society; Second Williams Prize, ICnt^lish Sophomore 
Year. 

Charles C. Siiokklev, B. S., ft J X, E. M., B 19 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

29 5. Third St., Lewishurg, Pa. 
'\'arsitv Football Team, 'o6-'o7; Mining and Geological Society; Chairman 
Room Committee, Y. M. C. A.; Bible Study Committee; vSenior Class Book- 
Committee. 

Humphrey D. vSmitii, (J> J H, C. E., 510 Seneca vSt., So. Bethlehem. 

3226 Pouclton Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Ereshman Football Team; L. U. Orchestra, '04; Sophomore Football Team; 
Chairman Sophomore Banquet Committee; Director of L. U. Supply Bureau; 
Secretary and Treasurer of L. V . Supjaly Bureau; President of Junior Class; 
Hustling Committee, '06; Founder's Day Hop Committee, 'o6-'o7: Junior 
Prom Committee; Junior Hop Committee; C. E. Society; Toastmaster 
Junior Banquet; Delegate to National Arbitration and Peace Congress; 
Mandolin Club, 'o4-'o7 ; Leader Mandolin Club, 'oj-'oS; Banjo Club, 'o6-'o8; 
President Combined Musical Clubs, 'oy-'oS; 'Yarsity Footl)all Squad, 'o5-'o6; 
'Yarsity Football Team, "07; Triskaideka; Phi Tau Kappa; Alpha Phi. 

Thom.^s a. Sxvder, M. E., 4o3 \'ine St., So. Bethlehem. 

Second Wilbur Math Prize, F'reshman Year; Sophomore Baseball Team; 
M. E. Society. 

Alfred J. Sp.\eth, c/> j (■), C. E., il> J 6 House, So. Bethlehem. 

3213 Engleudc Place, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Louis M. St.\mil.m.\x, C. E., 417 E. Third St., So. Bethlehem. 

125 Linden St., .Scranton, Pa. 
Yice- President Lackawanna County Club. 

.Samuel G. Stem, .\T D, Clas., 216 \. Main St., Bethlehem. 

Arts and .Science Club; Second Term, \\'illiams Composition Prize. 

Howard Orr Stephens, A. B., E. E., A 20 Taylor Hall, .So. Bethlehem. 

To2cn Point, Md. 
Tau Beta Pi; President E. E. Society, 'o7-'o8; Yice-President Maryland 
Club, 'o7-'o8; Glee Clulj, 'o5-"o8; Banjo Club, 'o5-'o8; Minstrel Show, '05- 
'08; Y. M. C. A.; Assistant to the Financial Secretary L. U. A. A. 

Edward J. Sterner, M. E., 405 Pawnee St., So. Bethlehem. 

Freshman and Sophomore Baseliall Team; Sophomore and Junior Baseball 
Team; 'Yarsity Baseball Substitute, '06; 'Yarsity Baseball, '07; M. E. 
Society. 

Percy B. Storey, J. V, C. E., 2" .V House, Bethlehem. 

250 Main St., Johnstown, Pa. 
Triskaideka; Toast at Sophomore and Junior Banquets. 

Samuel Strauss, A. C, Third and Pine Sts., So. Beth. 

Freshman Football Team; 'Yarsity Football Team; Assistant Coach, '07. 

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Carroll C. Thomas, C. E., A 17 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem, 

Canterbury, Del. 
Chairniaii Junior Ikinquet Committee; Business Manaj^er '08 Epitome; 
President .Senior Class; Arcadia; Chairman L. l^. Athletic Committee, '07- 
'08; Chairman P'oundcr's Day Hop Committee; Class Book Committee. 

Richard H. Tokruv, '/' /', E. M., '/' V House, Bethlehem. 

506 L'linton Axe., Brooklyn. 
Sword and Crescent; Sojihomore Cotillion, Executive Committee; Football 
Squad, ■o4-'o7; Scrul) Baseball Team, '06, Captain. 

Frank E. Tkottmax, A' -, M. F^, A 1 House, So. Bethlehem. 

Bullcr, Pa. 
Fresliman I'ootball Team; h'resliman Basketball Team; So]jhomore F'oot- 
ball Team; Sophomore and Junior Track Team; 'Varsity Football Team, 
'o6-'o7. Captain, '06; Substitute, '05; 'Varsity Basketball Team, 'o5-'o6-'o7; 
Athletic Representative at Large, 'o7-'o8; M. E. .Society; Arcadia, 'o6-'o7, 
'o7-'o8, President, '07; Sword and Crescent; Calculus Cremation Committee. 

Alexander L. Tinstall, B H II, M. E., B <■) If House, So. Bethlehem. 

1706 Nineteenth St., N. 11'., Washington, D. C. 
Minstrel .Show, 'o2-'o3-'o6; vSojihomore Banquet Committee; Assistant Man- 
ager Baseball Team, '05; vSopliomore Cotillion Club; Mandolin Club, '07; 
Lacrosse Squad, '07. 

Albion Noves van VlEck, C. E., A 5 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

Linden, Montgomery Co., Md. 
Mandolin Club, '04 '08; Sophomore Relay Team; Banio Club, 'o5-'o8; 
Minstrel Show, 'o5-'o8; Musical Director, Minstrel Show, 'o7-'o8; Glee Club, 
'o6-'o8; Leader Glee Club, 'o7-'o8; C. E. .Society; Maryland Club; Wash- 
ington Club; Democratic Club, '06; University Choir, 'o7-'o8; First Prize 
Original Lehigh .Song, '06; Cheer Leader, '07; Y. M. C. A. Calnnet, 'o6-'o8; 
Recording Secretary, V. M. C. A., 'o7-"o8; Manager Musical Association, 
'o5-'o7; Delmonico Clul), 'o4-'o6; Freshman Relay Team; Track Squad, '05. 



Lloyd A. Walker, C. E., 



C. E. .Society; Minstrel Show, 'o7-'o8. 
William H. Walters, 



A 17 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 
Rock wood, Pa. 



M. E., C 2T, Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

Richland Center, Pa. 

C. E., A 23 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

230 Center St., Maitch Chunk, Pa. 

), "06 -'07; Secretary Civil Engineering Society, 

Minstrel Show, 'o7-'o8. 

E. E., 123 W. Fourth St., So. Bethlehem. 

Frackville, Pa. 

E. M., 704 Dakota St., So. Bethlehem. 

ir. Sayville, A'. Y. 

E. E., E 20 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

3500 Clifton Ave., Baltimore, Md. 

Maryland Clul); Baltimore Polytechnic Cluli, President; Scandalous Club; 

E. E. Society, \'ice-President , I'niversity Band 



Rudolph F. Warnke, 

Treasurer, Wayside Inn Clu 
'o7-'o8; Cheer Leader, '07; 

H. G. Wascher, 



Joseph Henry Westerbeke, .^' '/■* A', 
Edwin Lawrence Willson, 



WE WILL, soon have passed our first year as upperclassmen, that 
coveted distinction for which we have striven and battled and at 
last attained, but at a fearful cost. Here and there are vacant 
places in the ranks. ^lany have fallen, some never to return to the battle 
field, while others have recovered sufficiently to come back and join the 
ranks of the following column and again face the dangers of the fray. We 
have pressed steadily onward until but one short year separates us from 
that fortress, the goal of our ambitions, our diploma. Others are expected 
to fall by the wayside before we make the complete conquest, but all these 
will never forget their classmates and the glorious class of "Nineteen Hun- 
dred and Nine." 

In the calm days of our Junior year we have often thought of those 
bygone times when we, as Freshmen, contended for honors against the Soph- 
omores. We were not always victorious but, whether victors or not, we 
always awaited the next fray with impatience. We recall our Sophomore 
year, those memorable days of guiding and advising the Freshmen over 
whom we demonstrated our superiority, in the rush on Opening Day; in 
the sports on Founders' Day, and still later in the year in the basketball 
contests. But we not only recall victories over the Freshmen, for others 
were made to suffer defeat at our hands, when we won the Interclass Track 
Meet and the Interclass Lacrosse Championship. 

Those were days never to be forgotten; days of strife requiring other 
than physical prowess, for we had yet to fight to conquer that fiend Cal- 
culus. But, as a fitting close to our underclassmen days, we had revenge 
on this deadly foe in one great night of song and dance by its "Cremation" 
— an event long to be remembered by those who witnessed it. 

Our Junior year has been uneventful. Our friends, the class of Nine- 
teen Hundred and Eleven, have given us little care, for early in their career 
they demonstrated their ability to take care of themselves. 

By the time this book has been published, our third Class Banquet 
will be a cherished memory of the past, and will have sealed us more closely 
to old Lehigh. Historian. 

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THESTEwaRTiSTCEH CO. PhilIT. 



Junior Class, 1 909 



Colors : Blue and White. 



OFFICERS. 

Henry Nathaniel Keife, Massachusetts, 
Thomas Coyle, Jr., Pennsylvania, 
James Gee Shaw, New Jersey, 
Luther C. Zollinger, Pennsylvania, 
Samuel Rollo Young, Pennsylvania, 
William Joseph Gilligan, Massachusetts, 
Edwin Daniel Mill, Pennsylvania, 



President. 

\'ice-President. 

. Recording Secretary. 

Treasurer. 

Class Historian. 

Athletic Representative. 

Chairman of Dues Committee. 



YELL. 

Rah ! Rhu ! 
Rah ! Rhine ! 
L. U., '09! 



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Frederick Raymond Adelhelm, 

Fred Thomas Agthe, 
Benneville K. Ahrens, J r, 

FuLTox Russell Aleck, 

Archibald L. Altemus, I A", 

Clarence Lincoln Am an, K A, 

Charles Severn Baldwin, J 0, 

Fred p. Bates, 'J> J H, 

Alfred P. S. Bellis, 

George Elmer Betts, 

Clarence B. Bishop, 

Edwin Marshall Bond, 

S. B. Bowen, 

William Wallace Boyd, 

Edward George Boyer, 
Andrew K. Brtmbaugh, 

Manuel Antonio Cadenas, X T, 

Alfred Copeland Callen, 

J. Ben Campbell, 

Lester Revillo Carrier, ?"i\ 

Raymond Clifford Cliver, 

Ivan Robert Coffin, J T A, 



E. 


M., 


E. 


M., 


C. 


E., 


C. 


E., 



MEMBERS. 

C. E., 32.3 Packer Ave., So. Bethlehem. 
4130 Pechin St., Roxborough, Philadelphia, Pa. 
24 vSecond St., Catasauqua. 

J )' House, So. Bethlehem. 

604 Schuylkill Ave., Reading, Pa. 

E 17 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem 

525 A'. Fourth St., Camden, A'. J. 

I X House, Bethlehem. 

124 5. Fortieth St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

E. M., 422 Cherokee St., So. Bethlehem. 

Wayne, Dcla-uare Co., Pa. 

M. E., J <1> House, So. Bethlehem. 

1615 Linden Ave., Baltimore, \Id. 

A. C, D Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

720 ir. Third St., William^port, Pa. 

M. E., 468 Chestnut St., So. Bethlehem. 

870 E. State St., Trenton, N. J. 

M. E., B 26 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

Ocean \^ieu-, Del. 

E. E., A 32 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

1631 .V. Second St., Harrisburg, Pa. 

E. M., D 14 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

18 W . Saratoga St., Baltimore, Md. 

E. M., 446 Walnut St., So. Bethlehem. 

Savanna, III. 

M. E., C 36 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

1909 Park Ave., Baltimore, Md. 

M. E., 313 Mulherrv St., Catasauqua. 

E. E., B 12 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 
153.5 Park Ave., Baltimore, Md. 
C. E., X '/■ Lodge, So. Bethlehem. 

Avenida La Libertad iio, Camaguey, Cuba. 
E. M., C 31 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

Pottstoun, Pa. 

E. E., D 2 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

Xashville, Teiin. 

Ch. E., 28 Market St., Bethlehem. 

511 Union Place, Elmira, N. Y. 

Ch. E., E 5 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

W'illiamstonn, .V. /. 

E. E., 158 Market St., Bethlehem. 

Asbury Park, AL J. 



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J Ross CORBIN, 

Fred F. CorcH, K A, 

Clarence .S. Cowgill, 

Thomas Covle, Jr., (I> J ft, 
Alden Curry Cummins, I X, 

William Blaine Davies, I X, 

Carlos Davila, J (l>, 

GURNEV H. Davett, 

Howard F. Dech, 
Robert J. Desh, 
James J. Devine, 

William Dey, 

Warren Cleveland Dietrich, .4 T i2, 

William James Donkel, 
Robert D. T. Dowling, 

James Bates Drake, '/' i', 

Arthir H. Durns, 
John Lane Dynan, 
Charles M. Eckert, 

Harry Kaler Ellis, 

William Hinkle Ellis, 

Samuel Wilson Fleming, A' A, 

G. Flores, 

Floyd Cornelius Flory, 



E. M., D 21 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

1729 Master St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

M. E., K A Lod;?e, vSo. Bethlehem. 

76 Washington St., Carbondale, Pa. 

C. E., E 17 Taylor Hall, vSo. Bethlehem. 

Pauhboro, N. J. 

Ch. E., 510 Seneca .St., vSo. Bethlehem. 

E. E., 334 Broad St., Bethlehem. 

323 Fourth Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

M. E., 2' X House, Bethlehem. 

5615 Stanton Ave, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

C. E., -/ 'P House, So. Bethlehem. 

Colombia, S. A. 

C. E., 35 S. New St., Bethlehem. 

609 A'. Clayton St., W ilmington, Del. 

A. C, 214 E. Broad St., Bethlehem. 

M. E., 60 Fairview St., Bethlehem. 

L. S., 518 Pawnee St., So. Bethlehem. 

352 Butler St., Dunmore, Pa. 

C. E., B 2 Taylor Hall, .So. Bethlehem. 

157 TV. Twentieth St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

C. E., 338 Wyandotte St., vSo. Bethlehem. 

Bernville, Pa. 
M. E., Catasauqua. 

M. E., 331 Vine St., So. Bethlehem. 

180 5. Broad St., Trenton, N. J. 

C. E., '/'■ T House, Bethlehem. 

88 Bioad St., Oneida, N. Y. 
E. E., .T,2 N. Center St., Bethlehem. 



E. M., 



503 W. Broad St., Bethlehem. 



E. E., 514 Dakota St., So. Bethlehem. 

312 L'nion St., Springfield, Mass. 

C. E., 518 Chestnut St., So. Bethlehem. 

511 5. Mai)i St., Phoenixville, Pa. 

C. E., 518 Chestnut St., So. Bethlehem. 

511 5. Main St., Phoenixville, Pa. 

M. E., 426 Cherokee St., So. Bethlehem. 

Harrishurq, Pa. 

E. M., 309 W. Fourth St., So. Bethlehem. 

Saltillo, Mexico. 

Clas., 252 Vine St., So. Bethlehem. 

Edelman, Pa. 



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Parke B. Fraim, 

John B. Fretz, 

Westox G. Frome, I\ 

Frank J. Furman, 
Carlos A. Gallardo, 

Joseph H. Galliher, 

George Henry Ganung, 

Alfred S. Garrison, 

Chester G. Gilbert, 

William Joseph Gilligan, 

Carlos Gonzalez, Jr., J </», 

Louis C. D. Greenough, J E, 

Howard Dietrich Gruber, 

Frank Gunzenhalser, J 6, 

Charles Coleman Hagenbuch, A T 

George William Hain, B 6 IJ, 

Harold G. Harvey, 

Harry H. Hasler, 

Percy W. Havenstein, 

The Askaoton, 
James L. Hays, Jr., I \, 

vSlDNEV L. Hechinger, 

Jos. C. Heilman, 

Roger Paul Heller, 



E. M., C 2 1 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

128 01 ey St., Reading, Pa. 

E. E., C 23 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

Ouakeriown, Pa. 

A. C, 66 Church St., Bethlehem. 

Pen Argyl, Pa. 
E. E., 29 X. Centre vSt., Bethlehem. 

C. E., Cherokee and Freytag Sts., So. Beth. 

Guayaquil, Ecuador, S. A. 

C. E., 610 Delaware Ave., So. Bethlehem. 

1302 Fairmont St., Washington, D. C. 

C. E., 30 X. High St., Bethlehem. 

115 1 Alain St., Bridgeport, Conn. 

E. E., A 20 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

Monkton, Baltimore Co., Md. 

E. M., 431 Cherokee St., So. Bethlehem. 

New York, N. V. 

Ch. E-, A 29 Taylor Hall, vSo. Bethlehem. 

72 Pearl St., Hoi yoke, Mass. 

C. E., St. Elmo Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

Plaza Dinamarca 32, Mexico City, Mexico. 

C. E., 704 Dakota St., So. Bethlehem. 

Tow Paths, Jamaica, B. IT. /. 

E. E., 423 Chestnut St., vSo. Bethlehem. 

Obold, Pa. 

A. C, 510 .Seneca St., So. Bethlehem. 

255 \V. King St., Lancaster, Pa. 

fJ, C. E., 338 Wyandotte St., So. Bethlehem. 

Mahanoy City, Pa. 

E. M., 326 Wyandotte St., So. Bethlehem. 

155 -V. Fifth St., Reading, Pa. 

E. E., B 9 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

E. M., 516 Cherokee .St., So. Bethlehem. 

Ashland, Pa. 

C. E., D 26 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

Thirtieth and O. Sts., N. IF., Washington. D. C. 

E. E., 66 Church St., Bethlehem. 

Morrisiillc, Pa. 

C. E., B 9 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

614 M. St., N. W., Washington, D. C. 

E. M., E 5 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

Montgomery, Pa. 

E. E.. 220 E. Broad St , So. Bethlehem. 

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Lloyd F. Hess, 

Clarence Atgi'stus Hoppock, (P T J, 

Robert Xeilson Jaggard, J T J, 

c. h. jexxixgs, 
Charles Francis Keife, 

Henry Nathaniel Keife, 

Harry Osborne Kent, (P J A', 

Henry Hendricks Ketcham, 

Robert Lyle Klar, 

Joseph K. Lachman, 

Harry C. Lawrence, 

Frederick T. Lawton, <I> F J, 

Lloyd McEntire, 

a. j. mcmurtrie, 

Henry Edward Maddock, 

William A. Maeder, 'I' J <■>, 

Arthur >L\ndell, Jr., S J .V, 

Ernest M. Mervine, 

J. Homer Meseroll, <l> - K, 

Edwin Daniel Mill, 

Carl Weaver Mitman, 
William Gerald Moore, J T J, 

W. Reed Morris, Bd U, 



Clas., 



Heck town. 



E. E., 76 Market St., Bethlehem. 

LamhcrtTille, N. J. 

C. E., 239 Church St., Bethlehem. 

612 Harvard Ave, W illiamsport, Pa. 

M. E., 680 Ostrum St., So. Bethlehem. 

A 8 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

39 Day Ave., West field, Mass. 

A 8 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

39 Day Ave., Westfield, Mass. 

511 Seneca St., So. Bethlehem. 

904 Riverside Ave., Trenton, N. J. 

E II Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

Xorfli Dakota. 

B 16 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

8 Dudley Ave., Westfield, Mass. 

446 Pawnee St., So. Bethlehem. 

304 ir. (Uey St., Reading, Pa. 

417 Chestnut St., So. Bethlehem 

Danville, Pa. 

528 Chestnut St., vSo. Bethlehem. 

622 Virginia St., Toledo, 0. 

31 N. Centre St., Bethlehem. 

Frenchtown, N. J. 

E Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

Ashland, Pa. 

D ,s Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

2227 Venango St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

., 510 Seneca St., So. Bethlehem. 

326 Neville St., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

610 Delaware Ave., ,So. Bethlehem. 

36 ir. Oak St., Titusville, Pa. 

C 30 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

Pen Argyl, Pa. 

511 Seneca St., So. Bethlehem. 

Lakewood, N. J. 

446 Pawnee St., So. Bethlehem. 

Fleetwood, N. J. 

907 Delaware Ave., So. Bethlehem. 

D 9 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 
7 ]\'esley St., Xewport, R. /. 

B6 n House, So. Bethlehem. 
Cowansville, Pa. 



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Erie J. OcHs, 

Alfred Slack Osbourne, 

Richard Barrows Osbourne, 

A. Maxwell Padgett, 

William Harris Phillippi, J 1', 

J. R. Pillow, A" J, 

Lewis W. Porter, 

Harry Archibald Reichexbach, 
Alvix Howard Rick, 

JoHX T. Ridgelv, f) E, 

Chas. Bexjamix .Sauber, 
S. Raymond vSchealer, 

Robert B Schexk, 

Walter Johx Schiverea, <!> I K, 

Ira David Schxeller, I 'P E, 
William H. Schwexk, 

Raymond B. Serfass, 
Clyde U. Shaxk, J T J, 

James Gee vShaw, 

John Jacob Schultz, J 7' J, 

Allan Percy Sill, «/>rJ, 

Hexry Charles Simmixs, J 2", 

Alexander Glover vSmall, 

Walter Allen Smith, 



A. C, 



1648 Hamilton St., Allentown. 



M. E., C 14 Taylor Hall, vSo. Bethlehem. 

206 Prospect Ave., Ingram, Pa. 
M. E., C i4^Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

206 Prospect Ave., Ingram, Pa. 
C. E., 415 Linden St., Bethlehem. 

C E., A r House, So. Bethlehem. 

Ill North St., Reading, Pa. 

M. E-, joijDelaware Ave., So. Bethlehem. 

^i5 " • Jefferson St., Butler, Pa. 

C E., 454 Chestnut St., So. Bethlehem. 

1342 Lajayctte Ave., Baltimore, Md. 

E. M., 431 Linden St., Allentown. 

E. E., 449 Vine St., So. Bethlehem. 

West Lees port. Pa. 

C. E., <i E House, So. Bethlehem. 

1424 Bolton St., Baltimore, Md. 

Clas., 419 N. Second St., Allentown. 

E. E., 102 W. Fourth St., So. Bethlehem. 

1 145 Chestnut St., Reading, Pa. 

El. Met., 27 Wall St., Bethlehem 

Saylorsburg, Pa. 

C. E., 511 Seneca St., So. Bethlehem. 

Union Ave., Ozone Park, N. Y. 

Ch. E., 300 Seventh Ave., Bethlehem. 

M. E., 518 Pawnee St., So. Bethlehem. 

926 High St., Pottstown, Pa. 

M. E., 456 Chestnut St., So. Bethlehem. 

C. E., J T J House, Bethlehem. 

330 Park Ave., William sport, Pa. 

El. Met., 516 Cherokee St., So. Bethlehem. 

120 Rose St., Trenton, N. J. 

C. E., 239 Church St., Bethlehem. 

Washington Boro, Pa. 

E. E., 76 Market St., Bethlehem. 

118 Park Ave., Watertown, N. Y. 

C. E., J r House, So. Bethlehem. 

-935 -^"- Thirteenth St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

M. E., .Seneca .St., So. Bethlehem. 

Brook Haven, Miss. 

A. C, 26 Garrison St., Bethlehem. 



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W. Jerome Sommers, 

Garrett DeForest vSpiers, J /', 
Earl Maxwelu Si'Rv, J )', 

John B Stobaeus, 6 £", 

William Carl Stobaeus, 6 S, 

Jesse C. Stoddard, 

Louis Price Struble, 

Herbert H. Thompson, 

Charles Garland Thornburg, 
Howard Grant Toone, I X, 

Frank L. Toy, 

Arthur W. Trembley, 

Ray F. Turner, 

Christian Jacob UmblE, 

Thomas Marshall Uptegraff, ¥ V , 

Carl Henry Vogt, 

Richard A. Wahl, 
Wilburt Robert Walters, 
Edward A. Warner, Jr., J T 
Harold Lee Watson, ¥ T , 
John S. M. Wharton, 
Nutting Wigton, I (P, 
Henry Aber Wixtermute, 



M. E., D 9 Taylor HaH, So. Bethlehem. 

20I Marshall St., Petersburg, Va. 
C. E., i2C) Wall St., Bethlehem. 

C. E.,103 W. Fourth St., So. Bethlehem. 

Plymouth, Pa. 

Ch. E., 6 r House, So. Bethlehem. 

160 Clifford St., Xewark, N. J. 

Ch. E., 6 B House, vSo. Bethlehem. 

160 Clifford St., Newark, N. J. 

E. M., C II Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

Garret Park, Md. 

C. E., C II Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

Branchville, N.J. 

E. E., 331 Vine St., So. Bethlehem. 

904 Mass. Ave., N. E., Washington, D. C . 

C. E., University Park, So. Bethlehem. 

E. E., 334 Broad St., Bethlehem. 

554 Benson St., Camden, N. J. 

El. Met., 147 S. New St., Bethlehem. 

5432 Avondale St., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

E. E., D 28 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem 

Utica, N. Y. 

E. E., 505 Cherokee St., So. Bethlehem. 

237 Greeves St., Kane, Pa. 

M. E., 454 Chestnut St., So. Bethlehem. 
R. F. D. No. 5, Lancaster, Pa. 
E. M., 28 Market St., Bethlehem. 

Liberty and Atlantic Avcs., Pittsburgh, Pa. 
C. E., C 2 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 
401 Butler Ave., Ambler, Pa. 
C. E., 139 S. Linden St., Bethlehem. 



Clas., 



57 S. Main St., Bethlehem. 



E. E., 123 W. Fourth St., So. Bethlehem. 

S. Michaels, Md 

E. M., 28 Market St., Bethlehem. 

.\'c2iton. Pa. 
M. E., D 12 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

Stockton, .Md. 

E. M., I Place, So. Bethlehem. 

Pine Grove, Pa. 

E. E., 316 Packer Ave., So. Bethlehem. 

.4 ugusta, N. J. 



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Raymond M. Wolfe, ATQ^ 
John H. Young, Jr., J T J, 
Samuel Rollo Young, A T Q 
Luther C. Zollinger, ^ T, 
Jacob Frank Zouck, 



C. E., 536 Chestnut Si., So. Bethlehem. 
Shoemakerszi/le, Pa. 

M. E., J T J House, Bethlehem. 

331 Locust St., Williavisport, Pa. 

C. E., A T o House, So. Bethlehem. 

Coatesville, Pa. 

C. E., J r House, So. Bethlehem. 

5101 Wynncfield .Ave., 11'. Philadelphia, Pa. 

C. E., B 2 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

Glyndoii, Md. 



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IN THE latter part of September, 1906, there came to the Bethlehems 
that respected and distinguished body of young men now known as the 
"Class of 1 910." We were together for the first time on the night before 
college opened, and the manner in which we pushed the Sophs aside in the 
rush that followed, showed the fighting spirit that has always predominated 
in the exploits of which we are so proud. From this time until after Found- 
er's Day this same spirit humiliated the Sophs in more than one encounter. 

After the Christmas holidays we anxiously awaited the attack of the 
Sophomore snowball brigade, but we were doomed to disappointment in 
this respect. Much as they were reminded of the annual snowball fight 
by the upperclassmen, they failed to gather the required amount of nerve 
necessary to combat with so strong a class as the "Class of 1910." 

The banquet was the next important event in our history, it was held 
at the Wyandotte Hotel in the latter part of March, and proved to be one 
of the most successful Freshman banquets ever held at Lehigh. 

In the spring of the year 1907, we played our Interclass Lacrosse game 
with the Sophs. In spite of their having an advantage of one year's exper- 
ience and also the services of a 'Varsity player, they were able to defeat us 
by only one point, after a desperate struggle. The Interclass Track Meet 
held in the spring, demonstrated the fad that we have a number of athletes 
of marked ability. 

Upon our return to college in September, 1907, many familiar faces 
were missing, but there still remained a goodly number who had conquered 
in their battles with the Math and Physics departments. We were very 
much impressed by the fact that we were now full-fledged vSophomores. On 
the night before college opened we assembled for the first time of the vear, 
and after exchanging hearty greetings marched to Packer Hall to meet the 
motely array, which the Juniors had gathered together, and which was in 
the future to be known as the "Babes of 191 1." The manner in which we 
showed and jostled these babes around the walk in front of Packer Hall, 
shoved that 19 10 still possessed the "brawn and grit " which had conquered 
just one year before. The remainder of the evening was devoted to post- 
ing our proclamations, and in doing so we experienced no trouble from 191 1. 

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Along towards morning a small party, under cover of two dozen Juniors, 
attempted to remove a few of our proclamations, but they were quickly 
and indeed very, very easily subdued. 

From the dav college opened to Founder's Day, the "Babes of 1911" 
proved themselves to be the most gentle, obliging and nerveless set of " Babes" 
that ever entered Lehigh. They obeyed our proclamations to the letter. 
In the annual banner rush on Saturday following the opening of college, 
we again demonstrated our ability by pushing the "Babes," with blackened 
faces, from one end of the field to the other, thus easily winning the banner 
rush. Only once did they venture out before Founder's Day and then under 
cover of darkness they stole out and painted their numerals on the poles 
along Packer Avenue and on the athletic field fence. But how pleased 
they were when on the following day we asked them to remove the paint 
from the poles! Needless to say they complied with our request with the 
greatest of pleasure, and quickly removed their numerals from all public 
places. They showed this same affable spirit also by doing various stunts 
on the campus for our amusement. 

The night before Founder's Day was uneventful. The "nerveless bunch 
of babes" dared to come out only when accompanied by a large number of 
Juniors, who certainly nursed their darlings well at all times, to put up a 
few posters. These were quickly removed and our own posters put in place 
of them. The results of the Founder's Day sports was somewhat of a dis- 
appointment to us. We won the relay race by a mile, but lost the football 
game. In baseball we held the lead for a few innings, but owing to a balloon 
ascension in one inning, we were finally defeated by one run. After the 
sports were over, 191 1 attempted to "pee-rade," but of course we did not 
allow any such proceedings and promptly rushed them off the athletic field. 

In the basketball game played at the Haverford smoker, the "Class 
of 1 910" was again victorious. Taking the lead at the start the result was 
never in doubt. 

The "Class of 1910" showed their magnanimous spirit by holding a 
smoker, soon after Founder's Day, to which it invited the "Class of 1911," 
in order that the ill feeling between the two classes might cease. In con- 
clusion, the "Class of 1910" may well be proud of its achievements during 
its first two years at Lehigh, and its prospects are very bright for success 
during the remainder of its pleasant sojourn at its "Alma Mater." That 
the "Class of 1910" may ever be known as a body of worthy and loyal sons 
of Old Lehigh is its highest aim. Historian. 



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Sophomore Class, 1 9 1 



Colors : Garnet and Gray. 



OFFICERS. 



Otto Bernard NiESEn Pennsylvania, 
Charles Raymond Dunn, Pennsylvania, 
Geoffrey Arthur Gappall, New York, 
Lloyd Burton Treat, Connecticut, 
William Earle Sturges, Pennsylvania, 



President. 
Vice-President. 
Secretary. 
Treasurer. 
Historian. 



% 



YELL. 

HOO-RAH ! HEE-RAH ! 

Hoo-rah ! Rhen ! 
Hoo-RAH ! Lehigh ! 

Nineteen Ten ! 



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MEMBERS. 



John Anderson, 

John C. Archibald, 

G. Frederick R. Bahnson, 

George Harris Baker, J <P, 

Joseph H. Baughman, 
Carl H. Bechhceffer, 

T. O. Beitzel, 

Chas. H. Bender, 

Percy C. Berkley, I K, 

Herman J. Bertschy, 

Clayton E. Bilheimer, 
George H. Bingham, 

Floyd Wilson Bishop, 

Harold F. Blanchard, WT, 

Horace D. Bleiler, 

George \V. Boteler, 

William Wolfe Broadbent, 

Richard E. Brown, 

Albert D. Bryant, 

Edison Allen Buckley, 

Maynard C. Burrell, <P F J, 

Joseph Butler, IK, 



E. E., 52,3 Cherokee St., So. Bethlehem. 

Charlotte, N. C. 

E. M., D 27, Taylor Hall, vSo. Bethlehem. 

3317 Seventeenth St., N. W., Washington, D. C. 

E. E., Moravian College, Bethlehem. 

Nazareth, Pa. 

C. E., J House, So. Bethlehem. 

San Antonio Arsenal, San Antonio, Tex. 

C. E., 525 Market St., Bethlehem. 

C. E., B 28 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

Everett, Pa. 

E. E., 109 W. Fourth St., So. Bethlehem. 

Mechanicsburg, Pa. 

E. M., 715 Cherokee St., So. Bethlehem. 

E. E., 5x1 Seneca St., So. Bethlehem. 

A' or folk, Va. 

E. E., 534 Chestnut St., So. Bethlehem. 

328 Fifth Ave., Paterson, N. J 

M. E.. 22 Broad St., Bethlehem. 

Clas., 458 Chestnut St., So. Bethlehem. 

1700 Madison Ave., Scranton, Pa. 

C. E-, 316 Packer Ave., So. Bethlehem. 

61 Dickinson St., Binghamton, N. Y . 

E. E., 28 Market St., Bethlehem. 

12 Montrose Ave., So. Orange, A'. /. 

E. M., 522 Pawnee St., So. Bethlehem. 

Frackvillc, Pa. 

M. E., 415 Birch St., vSo. Bethlehem. 

Waynesboro, Pa. 

E. E., 31 N. Center St., Bethlehem. 

4482 Ouincy Ave., Scranton, Pa. 

E. E.; 425 Chestnut St., So. Bethlehem, 

Summit Station, Pa. 

M. E., E Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

3555 Eleventh St., N. IF., Washington, D. C. 

M. E., 315 Packer Ave., vSo. Bethlehem 

]]' est field, N.J. 

E. M., 76 Market St., Bethlehem. 

815 Eleventh St., A'. 11'., Washington, D. C. 

Ch. E., 511 Cherokee St., .So. Bethlehem. 

712 Morgan Ave., Palmyra, N. /, 



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Grover Butz, 

RaLI'H J. BlTZ, 

John S. Bverlv, 

Geoffrey A. Caffaul, A ./, 

Frank Clyde Carver, <•> 5, 

George Evans Carver, J 1', 

George Conway, 

George Holmes Crocker, 

Samuel \V. Croll, 

Edward J. DailEv, 

Hugh Henderson Davis, J A", 

Cecil Brown Digbv, A T D, 

William T. Dobson, Jr., '/' ]', 

Frank Loring Dodds, A' </', 

C. Lehman Downs, 

Nelson Miller Downs, (/» /' J, 

Charles R. Dunn, (P J 0, 

Leighton Dl'nning, A' A, 

Robert Francis Dyer, 

Roy V. Eder, 

Edward W. Ehmann, A (P E 

Nelson James Ewing, '/" r, 



M. E., I02 \V. Fourth vSt., vSo. Bethlehem. 

Schuylkill Haven, Pa. 

C. E., 1x6 Market St., Bethlehem. 

Alburtis, Pa. 

E. E., B 26 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

Glen Moore, Chester Co., Pa. 

C. E., 422 Cherokee St., So. Bethlehem. 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

C. E., 9 S House, So. Bethlehem. 

Wabasha, Minn. 

E. E., J r House, So. Bethlehem. 

15 16 Kanawha St., Charleston, W. Va. 

E. M., A 35 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

Minersville, Pa 

M. E., C 19 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

1628 Sivaiin St., N. IV., Washington, D. C. 

M. E., 114 N. Fourteenth St., Allentown. 

Weatherly, Pa. 
E. E., 546 Chestnut St., So. Bethlehem. 

MacAdoo, Pa. 

E. E., 334 Broad St., Bethlehem. 

315 Chestnut St., Sewickley, Pa. 

M. E., A T Q House, So. Bethlehem. 

64 Ohio St., Wheeling, W. Va. 

C. E., 28 Market St., Bethlehem. 

234 Amity St., Flushing, L. I. 

M. E., 403 Seneca St., So. Bethlehem. 

St. Paul, Minn. 

C. E., C 35 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

Lombard St., Baltimore, Md. 

E. M., 76 Market St., Bethlehem. 

331 Short St., Steelton, Pa. 

M. E., 510 Seneca St., So. Bethlehem. 

Weatherly, Pa. 

E. E., A' A Lodge, So. Bethlehem. 

West Chester, Pa. 

M. E., E Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

3348 Prospect Ave., Washington, D. C. 

C. E., 450 Chestnut St., So. Bethlehem. 

131 E. Main St., Nanticokc, Pa 

M. E., 704 Dakota St., So Bethlehem. 

Schuylkill Haven, Pa. 

M. E., 28 .Market St., Bethlehem. 

Wheelm,/, W. Va 



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Harold G. Eynon, 

Jesse Leigh Farrar, 

Joseph Christopher Fitzharris, 

Harold Alan Floyd, 9 3, 

Harry M. Focht, S J X, 

Charles Allen Foust, 

E. Malcolm Fox, 

Howard Massey Fry, 

Carrol T. Gardner, B E, 

Harry Samuel Gay, 

Homer Christian Gerwig, 

Frank Carrol Gilligan, 

Lehman Phillip Gilmore, 

Milton Gcedecke, 

James C. Gorman, Jr., Bd H, 

Charles A. Gosztonyi, 
John Haldeman Graybill, 

Charles Augustus Gross, X W, 

John Ross Hall, I d) E, 

Frederick \V. Halterman, 

Francis M. Hartley, Jr., X0, 

Carl Griffith Harwig, A T Q, 

Charles G. Heilman, 



A. C, D 5 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

1426 Allegheny Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 

E. E., 548 Chestnut St., So. Bethlehem. 

221 Morgan St., N. 11'., Washington, D. C. 

K I, E. M., 701 Delaware Ave., So. Bethlehem. 

Gallitzen, Pa. 

Met , 541 Seneca St., So. Bethlehem. 

235 Briggs St., Harrisburg, Pa. 

C. E., f-) A X House, So. Bethlehem. 

301 York St., Poitstown, Pa. 

E. E.. 523 Cherokee St., So. Bethlehem. 

921 Campbell Sf., Williamsport, Pa. 

M. E., 415 Buck St., So. Bethlehem. 

5144 Friendship Ave., PiUsburgh, Pa. 

E. E., 530 Broadway, So. Bethlehem. 

Drifton, Pa. 

Ch E., 611 Cherokee St., So Bethlehem. 

Walbrook, Baltimore, Md. 

E. M., C 6 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

Logan, W. Va. 

M. E., D 12 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

Termon Ave., Allegheny, Pa. 

A. C, A 29 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

72 Pearl St., Hoi yoke, Mass. 

Clas., B 37 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

725 Sixth Ave., Williamsport, Pa. 

M. E., 534 Chestnut St., So. Bethlehem. 

618 Morgan Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

E. M., 326 Wyandotte St., So. Bethlehem. 

2418 Linden Ave., Baltimore, Md. 

M. E., Second and Locust Sts., So. Beth. 

E. E., 523 Cherokee vSt., So. Bethlehem. 

801 Elmira St., Williamsport, Pa 

E. E., 430 Seneca St., So. Bethlehem. 

252 E. Philadelphia St., York, Pa. 

C. E., 704 Dakota St., So. Bethlehem. 

1805 N. Fifth St.,' Harrisburg, Pa. 

E. E., 526 Cherokee St., So Bethlehem. 

43 Harrison St., Stapleton, Staten Island, N. Y. 

M. E., 404 Seneca St., So. Bethlehem. 

248 William St., East Orange, N. J. 

E. E., 338 Wyandotte St., So. Bethlehem. 

168 Chamber St., Phillipsburg, N. J 

Ch. E., Catasauqua 



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Earle T. Henninger, 
Wilbur E. Henry, 

Samuel P. Hess, 
Horace F. Hiney, 

Kent W. Hood, 

George R. Horner, 

John Earl Houck, 

Arthur K. Hunt, X W, 

Henry Robert Jacob, 

Myrl L. Jacobs, 6 J X, 

Forrest Willard Jacoby, 
John Frederick Jahne, 

John Lester Jewell, 

Paul Kimball Johnson, I X 

Harry John Kaufmann, 

Frank Raymond Kemmer, 

Caleb S. Kenney, X^, 

Edward M. Killough, 
Stanley Kitchel, <P V J, 

James Owen Knauss, 
Herbert D. Kynor, (/> T J, 

Sterling .Sidney Lanier, Jr., J 6, 

William Fritsche Lantz, 
Franklin P. Lawrence, I X, 



A. C, 



Allentown. 



E. M., E 35 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 
1 7 19 N. Twenty- fifth St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
M. E., 410 Goepp »St., Ik'thleheni. 

M. E.,323 W. Packer Ave., So. Bethlehem. 

402 Spruce St., Steelton, Pa. 

E. E., 433 Chestnut St., So. Bethlehem. 

Richmond, Va. 

M. E., C 16 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

528 \V. Jefjerson St., Allegheny, Pa. 

E. E., 316 W. Fourth St., So. Bethlehem. 

La Anna, Pike Co., Pa. 

M. E., 510 Seneca St., So. Bethlehem. 

Asbury Park, N. J. 

El., Met. 538 Wyandotte St., So. Bethlehem 

59 Hazle Ave., Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 

E. M , e A X House, vSo. Bethlehem. 

Nyaunghla, Upper Burma, India. 

E. M., 719 Cherokee vSt., So. Bethlehem 

C. E., 517 Cherokee St., So. Bethlehem 

Eckley, Pa 
C. E., 316 Packer Ave., So. Bethlehem 
Canastota, .V. i 
E. E., A 10 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem 

Oxjord, N. y 

L. S., 102 W. Fourth St., So. Bethlehem. 

432 Spruce St., Reading, Pa. 

E. E., 316 W. Fourth St., So. Bethlehem. 

Danville, Pa. 

C. E., 403 Seneca St., So. Bethlehem. 

204 N . State St., Dover. Del. 

C. E., 116 Market St., Bethlehem. 



E. M., 

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76 Market St., Bethlehem. 

Milwaukee, Wis. 

R. F. D. No. I, Coopersburg. 



76 Market St., Bethlehem. 

Pottsville, Pa 

E. M., 510 Seneca St., So. Bethlehem 

1330 5. Twentieth St., Birmingham, Ala. 

A. C, 236 North St., Bethlehem. 

C. E., 344'Broad St., Bethlehem. 

253 .V. Seventh St., Newark, N. J. 



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Chester Bernard Lawson, 9 J X, 

Ilun Lyman Lay, 

Lloyd Addison LeVax, 

William Lewis, 

n. l. lichtenwalner, in, 

Duncan M. Little, I X, 

Peter N. Lopez, 

John Frederick McClain, 

William Johnston McCormick, 

Harry C. MacDonald, A' '/', 

C. Wesley Martin, f J, 

RuFus B. Mathews, 

Samuel May, 

Ernest Arbuckle Merriman, 
William Walters Mervin, I <P, 

Harry Lerch Miller, 

Ira L. Miller, J^) 11, 

A'Eon L Moncrieff, 

Robert Pattison More, 
John L. Mosher, 

George F. Murname, '/ )' 

Albert D. Neal, 2' A', 

Otto Bernard Niesen 



316 W. Fourth St., So. Bethlehem 

426 N. Second St., Pottsville, Pa. 

B 21 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

W u-chang, China. 

530 Broadway, So. Bethlehem. 

Siegfrieds, Pa. 

B 7 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

54 / St., N. \V ., Washington, D. C. 

E 28 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

1015 Hamilton St., Allentown, Pa. 

D 37 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

72 Wilham St., New York. 

Cherokee vSt., vSo. Bethleliem. 

Colombia, S. A. 

^22) Cherokee vSt., So. Bethlehem. 

Williamsport, Pa. 

. A 32 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

Brownsville, Pa 

430 Seneca St., So> Bethlehem. 

1 143 Vine St., Williamsport, Pa 

76 Market St., Bethlehem. 

141 Lincoln St., St celt on, Pa. 

B 5 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

Rosemont, N . J . 

B 16 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

2104 Bolton St., Baltimore, Md. 

Bethlehem. 

I (P Place, vSo. Bethlehem. 
6328 Howe St., Pittsburgh, Pa. 
514 Cherokee vSt., vSo. Bethlehem. 
Bath, Pa. 

C. E., 326 Wyandotte St., So. Bethlehem. 

1800 State St., Harrisburg, Pa. 

M. E., 429 Chestnut St., So. Bethlehem. 

Kutztown, Pa. 
Clas., Bethlehem. 

E. M., D 20 Taylor Hall, vSo. Bethlehem. 

1307 Eleventh St., N. 11'., Washington, D. C. 

C. E., 28 Market St., Bethlehem. 

274 Degran St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

E. E., 334 Broad St., Bethlehem. 

421 Wood St., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

.M. E., B 30 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem 

48 5. Church St., Carbondale, Pa 



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Jose Oliveras, 

Stephen Eugene Page, 9 S, 

A. LoYsius Parker, 

Chester Burdick Pearsall, 

■Clarence Francis Peters, 
David M. Petty, 

Henry R. Phillips, J X, 

James Harvey Pierce, 

Charles H. Poole, - (P K, 

William Ziegler Price, 

John Thomas Rees, 

C. H. Rhodes, A T .(?, 

Raymond Henry Richards, 

Robert Enterline Rickert, JTJ, 

Henry Meyer Riley, 

Raymond L. RilEy, '/ )', 

William Jacob Robbins, 

Earl George Rogers, 

R. M. Roper, 

William X. Rorer, 

John S. Rowan, 

John McEntee Sanderson, </>/' J, 

Frederick H. Sasscer, B6JI, 



M. E., Seneca and Freitag vSts., .So. Beth. 

C. E., e E House, So. Bethlehem. 

43 .V. Seventh St., Newark, N. J. 

E. E., 119 W. Fourth St., So. Bethlehem 

300 Court St., Portsmouth, Va. 

M. E., 315 Packer Ave., So. Bethlehem. 

14 Union Place, West field, N.J. 
M. E., 514 Cherokee St., So. Bethlehem. 

E. E., 533 Cherokee St., So. Bethlehem. 

Greensboro, N. C. 

C. E., 334 Broad St., Bethlehem. 

5503 Cornell Ave., Chicago, III. 

E. M., 52:2 Pawnee St., .So. Bethlehem. 

Frackvillc. Pa. 

C. E., 704 Dakota St., So. Bethlehem. 

309 A". Third St., Camden, N. J . 

E. M., C 29 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

Lykens, Pa. 
E. M., 152 North St., Bethleliem. 

Clas., 338 Wyandotte St., So Bethlehem. 

Gouldsboro, Pa. 

C. E , 417 Chestnut St., So. Bethlehem. 

II McFarlan St., Dover, N. J. 

C. E., D 33 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

-18 N. Sixth St., Harrisburq, Pa. 

El. Met., A 13 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

1064 ir. Fayette St., Baltimore, Md. 

M. E., B 33 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

41 Ross St., Williamsport, Pa. 

Clas., 224 S, High St., Bethlehem 

E. M., 456 Chestnut St., So. Bethlehem. 
626 E S. Temple St., Salt Lake City, Utah. 
C. E., 323 Packer Ave., So. Bethlehem. 

27 Ninth Ave., E. Orange, N. J. 

E. E., A 26 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

Jenkintown, Pa. 

E. E., A 26 Taylor Hall, .So. Bethlehem. 

735 Dolphin St., Baltimore, Md. 
Ch. E., 320 Market St., Bethlehem. 



C. E., 



B 8 II House, So. Bethlehem. 
Upper Marlboro, Md 



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Frank Maxwell Sayford, I E, 

Walter G. Schall, 

C. Allex Schwarzwaelder, X ¥, 

Spencer Shaffer, 

Charles Norman Shaffner, 

Archibald Robert Shaw, 6 J X, 

Edward Bernard Shimer, <J /" J, 

Charles Shoemaker, 

Bruce Gillespie Shotton, J T, 

Floyd Morgan Skidgell, 6 A X, 

Earle Covington Smith, 

Herman Percy Smith, 

J. Humble Smith, A' I, 

Miles Catlin Smith, (I> J 8, 

Walter Edward Smith, AT Q, 

Stanley Osborn Solt, 
Wm. a. Staab, B I, 

Alfred J. Standing, Jr., 

Gilbert Stockton, X </>, 

Richard Stockton, X (P, 

Robert D. Strauch, 

Richard Hamilton Street, W 1', 

Raymond K. Stritzinger, A 8, 



C. E., 704 Dakota St., So. Bethlehem^ 

205 Pearl St., Camden, N. J. 

M. E., 312 Packer Ave., So. Bethlehem. 

M. E., A' ?■ House, So. Bethlehem. 

117 Cambridge Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

M. E., 450 Chestnut St., So. Bethlehem.. 

1232 Derry St., Harrisburg, Pa. 

C. E., B 30 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

Pine Grove, Pa. 

M. E., e J X House, So. Bethlehem. 

45 W. Eighty-first St., New \'ork City. 

Ch. E., 76 Market St., Bethlehem. 

Paxinosa Ave., East on, Pa. 

E. M., 521 Ontario St., So. Bethlehem. 

604 Christian St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

M. E., J y House, So. Bethlehem.. 

224 Oak St., Scranton, Pa. 

A. C, J X House, So. Bethlehem. 

loi ]]'ilcox Ave., Xleriden, Conn. 

E. M., B Taylor Hall. So. Bethlehem. 

5125. Forty-seventh St., \V . Philadelphia, Pa. 

E. M., 417 Chestnut St., So. Bethlehem. 

Lock port, N. y. 

E. M., 701 Delaware Ave., So. Bethlehem. 

Mt. Carmcl, Pa. 

Ch. E., 510 Seneca St., So. Bethlehem. 

500 Second St., Towanda, Pa. 

E. M., A T Q House, So. Bethlehem. 

1614 Fifth Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

M. E., 527 Goepp St., Bethlehem 

E. M., B E House, So. Bethlehem. 

139 Main St., Northampton, Mass. 

E. E., 523 Cherokee St., So. Bethlehem.. 

Carlisle, Pa. 

E. M., 403 Seneca St., So. Bethlehem 

561 Franklin St., Buffalo, N. Y. 

M. E., 403 Seneca St., So. Bethlehem.. 

561 Franklin St., Buffalo, X. Y. 

C. E., 102 W. Fourth St., So. Bethlehem. 

Cressona, Pa. 

E. M., 28 Market St., Bethlehem.. 

89 Cambridge Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

C. E., 510 Seneca St., So. Bethlehem. 

34 VV. Main St., Norristoun, Pa, 

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Horace Reisler Stubbs, 

William Earle Sturges, A T Q, 

James J. Sullivan, 

Robert Bricker Swope, I <I> E, 

Philip Thayer, J ¥, 

L. B. Treat, 

HoLDEN Ira Tripp, 

G. B. Troutman, 

Warren Corbin VanBlarcom, 

Bradley Henry Waltz, 

George R. Waltz, J T J, 

Sayre Welles, X ¥, 

David Gordain Williams, 
Roy N. Williams, J T, 

Carl A. Woerwag, (P I K, 

Clifford C. Young, J I, 

Allen H. Zane, IN, 

Hysler J. Zane, Jr., 



C. E., 626 Cherokee St., So. Bethlehem. 

Oxjord, Pa. 

C. E., A T Q House, So. Bethlehem. 

335 Morris St., Phoenixvil/e, Pa. 

E. E., 527 E. Fourth St., So. Bethlehem. 

16 Davis St., Harrison, N. J. 

E. E., 315 Packer Ave., So. Bethlehem. 

1 121 Green St., Harrisburg, Pa. 

Ch. E., 430 Seneca St., So. Bethlehem. 

23 Waldo St., Holyoke, Mass. 

E. M., E 35 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

Glastonbury, Conn. 

C. E., 453 Chestnut St., So. Bethlehem. 

II 25 Providence Road, Scranton, Pa. 

E. M., A 35 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

Centralia, Pa. 

C. E., 458 Chestnut St., So. Bethlehem. 

1009 Electric St., Scranton, Pa. 

C. E., 611 Cherokee St., So. Bethlehem. 

1320 W . Lanvale St., Baltimore, Md. 

C. E., D 42 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

958 Erie St., William sport, Pa. 

C. E., 526 Cherokee St., So. Bethlehem 

Wyalusing, Pa 

M. E., Centre St., Slatington 

C. E., J T House, So. Bethlehem. 

614 S. Main Ave., Scranton, Pa. 

M. E., 511 Seneca St., So. Bethlehem. 

1920 Girard Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 

A. C, 431 Cherokee St., So. Bethlehem. 

Kansas City, Mo. 

A. C, B 32 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

118 Centre St., Mauch Chunk, Pa. 

C. E., B 5 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

Sellersville, Pa. 



75 



BEFORE the beginning were the Sophs. Freshmen differ — Sophomores 
are all alike. Invariably supernatural beings, they go back and forth 
upon the campus, seeking whom they may devour. And yet, notice 
the beautiful philosophy of this condition of affairs. Peace does not beget 
history. The Sophs, before the advent of our great class, planned a series 
of "receptions" of varied kinds, which, although they smacked strongly 
of previous "inside information," always kept the history department of 
the Epitome in view. 

Perhaps they builded better than they knew — who can tell ? 

THE SOPHOMORES RECEIVE. 

On the 1 8th of vSeptember, 1907, our class, one hundred and seventy- 
ffve strong, assembled from many quarters to start a varied and illustrious 
career. Through the kindness of the Juniors, we were introduced to the 
Sophomores, and incidentally to Lehigh University. The reception almost 
took our breath away. Between thick walls of admiring and shouting 1910 
men we marched. Beyond them we caught momentary glimpses of the 
chapel, but these sudden impressions were sufficient to cause every one 
of us to humbly remove his conventional black cap, albeit the rain was 
descending in torrents I 

Once inside the chapel we heard almost simultaneously that our edu- 
cation was to begin at once, and that this was the day for the time-honored 
banner rush. 

In my mind's eye I can vividlv see how, on that glorious day, we marched 
from the gym (where we had been decorated with war-paint), and, after 
hour-long minutes of superhuman struggle, swept the vanquished Sophs 
from the Field of Glory I However, this is only in mind's eye, for you will 
remember that the day was very stormy. The rush, with variations, came 
off the following Saturda}'. Alas! the evils of procrastination. 

The possession of other banners was disputed from time to time. 1911 
raised emblems on the Engineering Laboratory stack and on the large flag- 
pole, which required the combined efforts of an auto, a lineman's brave 
heart, and many shekels to remove. 

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founder's day. 

Founder's Day, Thursday, October lo, was twenty-four hours long. 
Every hour was crowded with daring deeds, glorious victories, or happy 
rejoicings. 

Despite the watchfulness of our friends, we were often forced to make 
hurried visits to the protecting shades of Shanty Hill, the vSaquoit Silk 
Mill or under doorsteps. Nevertheless, our labors were well directed, for, 
at the dawn of one of lavish October's rarest days, posters of remarkably 
correct prophecy shouted from every telegraph pole, fence and roller rink 
in South Bethlehem. It is rumored that the Soph posters were a vivid 
green — they were conspicuous by their complete absence. 

The morning had come. We ought to have attended an address in the 
chapel. The day was perfect. Did we appreciate the additional oxygen 
and the touch of frost in the air, the excessive good nature of the sun, the 
deepened green of the feverish Indian Summer grass, or the magnificence 
of the trees, the chapel and old Packer Hall in blazing holiday garb? I 
doubt it, yet the ordinary man seldom sees such a day — a Freshman but once 
in a lifetime. 

We lost the relay. We cheered ourselves to a whisper and back again 
when, in five innings we beat the Sophs at baseball, 2 to i. How we cheered 
during the football game, upon which depended so much, none of us know, 
but, at the end of the first half, with the score 2 to o in our favor, such roars 
of joy and encouragement saluted that record-making team, that they lifted 
their tired heads, and in ten minutes came out refreshed and ready for the 
crisis. For the game was not yet won ; the supremacy was still to be decided. 
Things were at extreme tension — how little and impotent we of the bleachers 
felt, and oh ! how we envied those men ! 

They really worked like veterans. By fierce line plunges and speedy 

end plays the ball crept on. At no time was our goal in danger, and near 

the end of the game, victory for the day was clenched by a brown ball behind 

two goal posts. Hurrah, hurrah! According to the class poet and musician: 

"What have we done, what have we done? 

Beaten the Sophomores, seven to none." 

"Now for a pee-rade." One minute — the Sophs want us to reform 
our little "spiel." They are upon us — turn, Freshmen, climax your vic- 
tories. We bang, stumble, push — you know what a rush is like. 

That night came the well-earned rejoicings; but you should also have 
faint ideas of what they were like, or, if not, watch the Sophomores of next 
year. 

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THE DOVE OF PEACE. 

Through the kindness of the Sophomores we were tendered many recep- 
tions, indeed, countless times did we, in our peaceful peregrinations through 
the streets of S. B., fall into the hands of receivers. The greatest of all, 
however, was the Love Feast of October 25. With kindness aforethought, 
the Sophomores decided that friendship between the two lower classes would 
benefit the whole college. From 8 to 1 1 that night, thev heaped coals of 
tobacco on our willing pipes, they provided entertainment for us, they frat- 
ernized with us. To say that we were delighted and proud to be the first 
recipients at Lehigh of such an honor is to put it mildly. 

On Wednesday, October 16, we held our first class meeting and elected 
oflficers for the ensuing year. Other business meetings were held from time 
to time, the Constitution was drafted in December and accepted shortly 
after the Christmas holidays, we began to moult some of our verdant plumage 
and became a full-fledged Lehigh class. 

In manv ways the Class of 191 1 has been unusual. The entrance 
requirements were raised for us, and the class is small, but we have been 
as well represented in all athletic sports as any larger class. Xot a few 
of us have done and are doing good work with the various musical, dramatic 
or literary associations. 

We changed the conventional Founder's Day. The smoker of October 
25 was a successful innovation for our benefit. 

We have marked the advent of the Dormitories and the Commons, 
Drown Hall and the Engineering Laboratory. Several new accessions to 
the teaching force have been as many added advantages to us. 

From him to whom much is given, much shall be required. Increased 
advantages mean increased responsibilities to the world at large. How 
deeply we appreciate all these manifold advantages it would be useless to 
state. Suffice it to say, that, before or after our four Lehigh years are over, 
when weighed in the balance we shall not be found wanting. 

HiSTORIAX. 



78 




"^ftjTE SAXST'^^^ 



Freshman Class, 1911 



Colors : Black and Gray. 



% 



OFFICERS. 



John Scott, Jr., New York, 
Floyd V. Kesselman, Pennsylvania, 
James Holmes Bay, Maryland, . 
John H. Dillon, New York, 
Ralph Miller, Pennsylvania, 
Alexander G. Black, Texas, 



President. 
. Vice-President. 

Secretary. 

Treasurer. 

Historian. 
Sergeant-at-Arm3. 



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YELL. 

Rah ! Ru ! 
Rah ! Reven ! 
Lehigh! Lehigh 
Nineteen Eleven ! 



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C. D Addams, e I, 

Carl S. Albright, 

Henry Althem, 

J. Glex Anderson, 6* J A', 

Earle a. Ball, 
George A. Barker, J 7" J, 
Edward F. Baumgartner, 
James Holmes Bay, BOU, 
John L. Becker, 6 E, 
Alexander G. Black, 
George E. Blair, I 0, 
John Musgrave Bley, 
Frank S. Borden, 
Robert E. Bratten, 
C. R. Bulley, A' A, 
John J. Cannon, 
John D. Carey, 
J. M. Carroll, 10, 
Walter C. Carson, 6 3, 
Charles L. Cepedes, 
Carlton H. Chapin, 
M. A. Chiriboga, 



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6 - House, So. Bethlehem 

146 A'. Second St., Reading, Pa. 

467 Birch St., So. Bethlehem. 

Middletoun, Pa. 

Broadway St., So. Bethlehem, 

601 Delaware Ave., So. Bethlehem. 

56 Wallace Ave., Xew Castle, Pa. 

467 Birch St., So. Bethlehem. 

Ouakertown, Pa, 

239 Church St., Bethlehem 

4748 Wallingford St., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

D 2 Taylor Hall, vSo. Bethlehem. 

600 Third Ave., As bury Park, .V. /. 

, 326 Wyandotte St., So. Bethlehem. 

1604 Eutau Place, Baltimore, Md. 

6 E House, So. Bethlehem. 

349 Thirteenth Ave., Newark, N. J. 

J r House, So. Bethlehem. 

Fort McKavett, Texas. 

I Place, So. Bethlehem. 

Fifth Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

B 14 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

Narberth, Pa. 

E 26 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

Tunkhannock, Pa. 

B 40 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

923 A'. Sixth St., Harrisburg, Pa. 

et., 443 vSeneca St., So. Bethlehem. 

522 Tilghman St., Allentown. 

713 Broadway, So. Bethlehem. 



C. E., 501 W. Fourth St., So. Bethlehem. 

512 Woodlawn Rd., Roland Park, Md. 

C. E., 541 Seneca St., So. Bethlehem. 

3153 Frankjord Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 

C. E., D 40 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

Tribunal Sumpreno, Havana, Cuba. 

C. E., 534 Chestnut St., So. Bethlehem. 

721 Humboldt St., Brooklyn, K. V. 

E. M., Seneca St., vSo. Bethlehem. 

Ecuador, So. America. 



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William R. Cht'rciiill, 

Russell vS. Collins, 
Elmer M. Conover, 

George C. Craver, - A^, 

R. F. Crawford, J F, 

Ray F. Crump, J T J, 

Thomas R. Davies, 

Jos. R. Dawson, 

Harry S. Demaree, 

Rondo C. DeNyse, 

Phillip S. Dickey, Jr., BO II, 

John H. Dillon, J F, 

Harry Dunstan, I E, 

C. W. Evans, 
\\'illiam E. Fairhurst, 
Willis M. Farris, Jr., <I> J (■>, 
Raymond W. Faust, 

Fred G. Ferber, J V, 
Archie W. Fisher, Jr., X W, 
Franklin Fisher, - <P E, 
JERENNY Fisher, 1' <P E, 
Henry H. Fithian, 

D. M. Flick, 



M. E , 626 Cherokee Si., So. Helhlehein. 

Sanitaria Springs, N. Y' . 

M. E., 452 Walnut vSt., So. Bethlehem. 

M. E., 431 Cherokee vSt., So. liethlehein. 
Lambertvillc, N. J. 

M. E., E 29 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

35 Sturvvesant St., Binghamion, N. V. 

M. E., 41.5 Chestnut St., vSo. Bethlehem. 

Steubenvillc, Ohio. 

M. E., -^ T J House. Bethlehem. 

931 A'. Negley Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

M. E., 315 Packer Ave., So. Bethlehem. 

Montrose, Pa. 

E. E., 436 Cherokee St., vSo. Bethlehem. 
Washington, Pa. 

E. E., -OS Dakota St., vSo. Bethlehem. 

Newport, Pa, 

C. E., 317 Cherokee St., So. Bethlehem. 

96 Branch port Ave., Long Branch, N. J. 

M. E., 326 Wyandotte St., So. Bethlehem. 

1829 .V. Calvert St., Baltimore, Md. 

628 Cherokee St., So. Bethlehem. 

443 E. 22,9th St., New York, N. i'. 

628 Cherokee St., So. Bethlehem. 

Carbondale, Pa. 

443 Seneca St., So. Bethlehem. 

,S36 Chestnut St., So. Bethlehem. 
,2 E. Eighteenth St., Paterson, N. J. 
431 Cherokee vSt., So. Bethlehem. 
Nashville, Tenn. 
452 Vine vSt., So. Bethlehem. 
Belvidere, iV. /. 
503 Fourth St., So. Bethlehem. 
815 Monroe Ave., Scranton, Pa. 
C 31 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 
Macomb, III. 
311 Cherokee St., So. Bethlehem. 
500 Main St., Ecwiston, Me. 

E. E., 311 Cherokee St., So. Bethlehem. 

500 Main St., Lewiston, Me. 

E. E., 313 Cherokee St., So. Bethlehem. 

22, Bank St., Bridgeton, N. J. 

Ch. E., 452 Vine St., So. Bethlehem. 



C. 


E., 


M. 


E., 


E. 


M., 


E. 


M., 


M. 


E., 


CI' 


1. E. 


E. 


E., 


C. 


E., 


C. 


E., 



81 



JOHX P. FlippEx, (/> J «. 
-Franklin Ford, 

Arthir C. Frev, 
Fred E. Galbraith, 

X)oNALD Gibson, A' ?', 

Rov Giles, 

Philip M. Ginder, 

Samuel CtLadding, 

-Geo. E. Goeppert, 

Harry Goldsmith. 

JVxDREz Gomez, 

Maurice Good, 

AViLLIAM R. CtRADV, - X, 

Jacob P. Griesemer, 
John Griffen, J 0, 
Harry A. Haas, 

Eugene W. Hankee, 
Joseph W. Harne, 
George F. Hartmann, K J, 
Carl W. Hasek, 

COLUMBl'S J. HELLEN, 

CjiAS. W. Hendricks, 
"VV. S. Herrmann, 



M. E., 510 Seneca St., vSo. Bethlehem 

E. M., B Taylor Hall, vSo. Bethlehem. 

.1//. Royal A partmcnts, Baltimore, Aid. 

M. E., Quakertown. 

E. E., 511 vSeminole St., So. Bethlehem. 

Williamsport, Pa. 

El. Met., 430 Seneca St., So. Bethlehem. 

402 Fourth Ave, Great Falls, Mont. 

C. E., 628 Cherokee St., So. Bethlehem. 

59 Terrace St., Carbondale, Pa. 

Ch. E., 505 Cherokee vSt., So. Bethlehem. 

Kockport, Pa 
E. E., D 30 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

Crisfield, Md. 

E. E., 530 Broadway, So. Bethlehem. 

Center St., Frccland, Pa. 

C. E., East Catasauqua. 

C. E., Cherokee St., So. Bethlehem. 

Havana, Cuba. 

E. E., C 2 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

Havre de Grace, Md. 

C. E., 334 Broad St., Bethlehem. 

1438 Pennsylvania Ave., Denver, Col. 

C. E., Allentovvn. 

C. E., J <P House, So. Bethlehem. 

Phoenixville, Pa. 

M. E., C 33 Taylor Hall, vSo. Bethlehem. 

Tamaqua, Pa. 
M, E., Slatington. 



E. E., 



R. F. D., No. 2, Bethlehem. 



M. E., 701 Delaware Ave., vSo. Bethlehem. 

Latroie, Pa. 

Clas., 517 Bishopthorpe St., So. Beth. 

1030 Buffalo St., Franklin, Pa. 

C. E., 544 Chestnut St., So. Bethlehem. 

828 Edmondson Ave., Baltimore, Md. 

E- E., 524 Pawnee St., So. Bethlehem. 

142 I Poplar St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

E. E., 116 Market St., Bethlehem. 

1643 N. Broad St., Philadelphia, Pa. 



82 



Phiuip H. Hoffman, 1' (P, 

Llovd Hoffman, 

Albert K. Hohl, 

Daniel Horcasitas, Jr-, 

A. Ellis Hunt, 6 J A', 

D. Harrison Hunter, 

Russell F. Jacoby, 
H. Kaminski, Jr., 

Daniel Keefe, 
R. O. Keiser, 

Paul W. Kempsmith, A' 1', 
Horace D. Kent, 

Floyd V. KessElman, A' J, 

J. S. KlESEL, 

Charles Koch, 

Charles H. Kocher, 
Thomas C. Kraemer, 

Robert F. Kratz, A T\Q, 
Robert P. Krause, 
Mark J- Kreidler, 
Shelby L. Kring, 

Chas. G. Kuhns, 
Charles I. KuTz, 

L. C. KWONG, 



E. 


M., 


C. 


E., 


C. 


E, 


C. 


E., 


E. 


E., 


E. 


M., 


Met., 



C. E., 501 W. Fourth vSt., .So. Bethleliem. 

Baltimore, Md. 
C 18 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 
Potfersville, N. J. 
524 Pawnee St., So. Bethlehem. 
2963 Salmon St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
433 Chestnut St., So. Bethlehem. 
New York, N. i'. 
601 Delaware Ave., So. Bethlehem. 
Stroudsburg, Pa. 
516 Pawnee St., So. Bethlehem. 
Hagerstown, Aid. 
■Jig Cherokee St., So. Bethlehem. 

Hotel Wyandotte, So. Bethlehem. 
107 Wall St., New York, N. V. 
M. E., 732 E. Third St., vSo. Bethlehem. 

M. E., American Hotel, Bethlehem. 

508 Eleventh St., Altoona, Pa. 

M. E., 75 Broad St., Bethlehem. 

L. S., 528 Chestnut St., vSo. Bethlehem. 

Titusvillc, Pa. 

M. E., 701 Delaware Ave., So. Bethlehem. 

616 Brown Ave., Butler, Pa. 

M. E., American House, Bethlehem. 

2320 Broad Ave, Altoona, Pa 

M. E., E 33 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

1605 S. Twelfth St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Clas., 520 First Ave., So. Bethlehem 

E. E., 123 W. Fourth St., So. Bethlehem. 

Frackvillc, Pa. 
C. E., 1446 Linden St., Allentown. 

C. E., 67 Lehigh St., Bethlehem. 

E. M., 363 Broad St., Bethlehem 

M. E., 12 \V. Fourth St., So. Bethlehem. 

708 Highland Ave., Johnstown, Pa. 

Ch. E., 332 N. Ninth St., Allentown. 

M. E., 505 Cherokee St., So. Bethlehem. 

Fleetwood, Pa. 

E. M., C 20 Taylor Hall, vSo. Bethlehem. 

Slianto)ui, Lit ilia. 



83 



Allen V. Laub, 
William H. Lazarus, 

Edmond Lzhr,(I>]'J, 
Clifford F. Lincoln, <I> F J, 

Donald R. Lowry, Bd U, 
John Gibbon McCoy, A' A, 
L. C. McCoy, 

W. H. McCreary', 

C. K. McFetridge, 

Alexander McKenzie, Jr., A T Q, 

Harold S. Mabee, 

Thomas M. Mackey, X ¥, 

G. Clare Matter, 

Walter L. Merkel, A T Q 

E. F. Meschter, in, 

Claude Calvin Messinger, 
Harry L. Miller, 

Ralph Miller, 
Seymom a. Miller, - <1>, 

William H. Mohr, 
Earl L. Morgan, 
Alan C. Morris, «P F J, 

R. G. MuNoz, 

Bernard Munter, Jr., 



Clas., 



ii8 North St., Bethlehem. 



C. E., 129 W. Fourth St., vSo. Bethlehem. 

Mt. Carmel, Pa. 

E. M., 1430 Walnut St., Allentown. 

C. E., C 17 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

Philadelphia, Pa, 

M. E., 326 Wyandotte St., vSo. Bethlehem. 

M. E., 443 Seneca St., So. Bethlehem. 

E. E., 516 Pawnee St., So. Bethlehem. 

149 Summit Arc, HagcrstoTin, \Id. 

L. S., 9 \. High St., Bethlehem. 

E. M., 29 X. Thirteenth St., Allentown. 

E. M., 338 Wyandotte St., So. Bethlehem. 

723 St. Nicholas Are., New York, N. Y, 

C. E., C 32 Taylor Hall, vSo. Bethlehem. 

Williams port, Pa. 

E. M., 430 Seneca St., So. Bethlehem. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

C. E., 315 Cherokee St., So. Bethlehem. 

299 Clifton Ave., Newark, N. J. 

M. E., A T House, So. Bethlehem. 

244 N. Tenth St., Reading, Pa. 

M. E., IX House, Bethlehem. 

E. Greenville, Pa. 

El. Met., 546 X. Seventh St., Allentown. 

C. E., 20 W. Fourth St., So. Bethlehem. 

Vtica, N. Y. 
C. E., 525 X. Sixth St., Allentown. 

El. Met., 719 Cherokee St., So. Bethlehem. 

74 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 

C. E., Quakertown. 



M. E. 



Prospect Ave., Bethlehem. 



Ch. E., 71 Market St., Bethlehem. 

403 E. Market St., Pottsville, Pa. 

C. E., Seneca and Freitag Sts., So. Beth. 

3107 Eleventh St., N. W . Washington, D. C. 

E. E., 544 Chestnut vSt., vSo. Bethlehem. 

1533 Edmondson Ave., Baltimore, Xld. 

84 



\V. J . MlRDOCK, 

Thomas Nicholson, 3rd, 

Adolko Parra, 

George Elliott Patterson, '/' )', 

Elmer Peloubet, 

William C. Peterman, 

James C. Poffenberger, 

Alfred Priestley, 1' E, 

Herbert T. Quin, J A', 

Joseph R. Polanco, 

Charles W. Rauch, 
Lewis R. Reese, I <P F:, 

Henry Reimers, 

George H. Reussner, 

Gerald S. Rinehart, 

Charles L. Rittenhouse, 

Howard C. Rorden, 
C. E. Rominger, 

J. Arthi'r Rose, <I> J (■>, 

John Scott, Jr., 1' (l>, 

\V. V. Shannon, 

Harold M. Simpson, (P J (■'. 

J. Hampton Slate, 



M. E., 



242 E. Broad St., Bethlehem. 



Clas., E 27 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

Braddock, Pa. 

E. E., i,S4 S. New St., Bethlehem. 

125 Front St., New York, N. Y. 

C. E., 161 Broad St., Bethlehem. 

Key West, Fla. 

C. E., 430 Cherokee St., So. Bethlehem. 

58 Second St., Newark, N. J. 

E. E., 517 Cherokee St., So. Bethlehem. 

Roycrsford, Pa. 

C. E., D 33 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

418 Boas St., Harrishurg, Pa. 

C. E., 705 Dakota St., So. Bethlehem. 

Lhicopee, Mass. 

M. E., 415 Chestnut St., vSo. Bethlehem. 

Wi/kes-Barre, Pa. 

M. E., vSeneca and Freitag Sts., So. Beth. 

Aquadilla, Porto Rico. 

E. M., 57 Spring St., W. Bethlehem 

C. E., 20 \V. Fourth St., vSo. Bethlehem. 

Baltimore County, Aid. 

C. E., Walnut St., So. Bethlehem. 

153 Jersey St., New Brighton, N. J. 

C. E., 762 Wyandotte St., So. Bethlehem. 

1729 Bristol St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

C. E., 161 Broad St., Bethlehem. 

29 Broadway, Ncic ]'ork, N. ]' . 

C. E., 30 N. High St., Bethlehem. 

Flemington, N. J. 

C. E., 424 Turner St., Allentown. 

E. E., Moravian College, Bethlehem 

2538 Ashland Ave., Indianapolis, hid. 

E. E-, 502 Wyandotte St., So. Bethlehem. 

533 W. L'hcstnut St., Lancaster. Pa. 

E. M., 719 Cherokee St., So. Bethlehem. 

25 Broad St., New York, N. Y. 

E. M., 320 Packer Ave., So. Bethlehem. 

Washington County, Pa. 

C. E., 510 Seneca St., So. Bethlehem. 

Newton, N. J. 

M. E., E 29 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

338 Campbell St., W illiamsport. Pa. 



85 



Lewis V. Smith, 

Oliver Hobsox .Smith, A T /?, 

Robert S. Smith, '/' i*, 

Clayton E. Snyder, A' 2, 

Paul R. Snyder 
John A. Sosnowski, 

Hugh Spilsbury, B 6 IJ, 
Albert P. Spooner, J T J, 
Jacob Stair, J T, 
Harry Stevens, 
Raymond F. Tarbell, 
DoRSEY Thompson, J </>, 
Chesley C. Thornburg, 
Joseph H. Throm, 
James W. Tremlett, 
Frank Trotter, 
Jose I. Vela, 2' K, 
Samuel C. Wagner, 
Lester B. \\'albridge. A' J, 
Clarence C. Walters, 
Kenneth R. Warner, 

Ario ^^'EAR, 
Arthur Wells, 



Met., 523 Cherokee vSt., So. Bethlehem. 

1309 Scott St., W'illiamsport, Pa. 

M. E., 446 Pawnee St., So. Bethlehem. 

80 .V. Hanover St., Pottstoun, Pa. 

E. E., 158 Market St., So. Bethlehem. 

Mexico Citv, Mexico. 

E. E., 302 Wood St., So. Bethlehem. 

236 Fish St., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Met., 21 Old York Road, Bethlehem. 

C. E., 530 Broadway, vSo. Bethlehem. 

152 5. Washington St., Freeland, Pa. 
E. M., 326 Wyandotte St., So. Bethlehem. 
45 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 
Met., B 40 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 
117 Locust St., Harrisburg, Pa. 
E. E., 430 Seneca St., So. Bethlehem. 

258 E. Market St., York, Pa. 
A. C, 540 Chestnut St., So. Bethlehem. 
1412 Adams Ave., Scranton, Pa. 
C. E., 519 Cherokee St., So. Bethlehem- 
15 Maple St., Chicopee Falls, Mass- 
's!. E., 821 Delaware Ave., So. Bethlehem. 
Ellicoit City, Md. 
C. E., University Park, So. Bethlehem. 

C. E., 542 Chestnut St., So. Bethlehem. 

34 Circle Ave., Paterson, N. J. 

E. M., C Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

220 Mitchel St., San Antonio, Texas. 

E. E., C 8 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

619 A\ East St., Albuquerque, N. M. 

M. E., Spanish Amer. Club, So. Beth. 

Ambato, Ecuador, S. A. 

E. E., D 40 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

Wesleyville, Pa, 

M. E., 701 Delawaie Ave., So. Bethlehem. 

177 Rugby Road, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Met., loi N. New St., Bethlehem. 

E. E., 315 Packer Ave., So. Bethlehem, 

Montrose, Pa. 

C. E., 302 Wall vSt., Bethlehem. 

M. E., 511 Seminole St., So. Bethlehem. 
6118 Baynton St., Germantown, Pa. 



86 



Ralph S. Wenner, 
Roy V. Whitman, J 2', 

Clifford R. Whyte, (I> - K, 

Leon Wittgenstein, 

George R. Wood, </» /'J, 

Robert F. Wood, (/> /'J, 

Nie Quang Wu, 

Edmund Wilkins Young, J T J, 

Harrison H. Young, A' <l>, 



E. E., 



S40 N. Sixth vSt., Allentown. 



C. E., 503 W. Fourth St., So. Bethlehem. 

338 South Hyde Park Ave., Scranton, Pa. 

E. M., C 9 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

Washington, D. C. 

E. M., C 4 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

Louisville, Ky. 

E. M., 71 Market St., Bethlehem. 

700 Mahantongo St., Pottsville, Pa, 

C. E., 76 Market St., Bethlehem. 

700 Mahantongo St., Pottsrille, Pa, 

C. E., C 20 Taylor Hall, So. Bethlehem. 

Chinese Legation, Washington, D. C. 

M. E., 158 Market St., Bethlehem. 

Astoria, N. Y, 

M. E., 528 Chestnut St., vSo. Bethlehem. 

144 W. Wal)iut St., Titnsville, Pa. 



,#. 



U :0> 




87 



LIST OF CHAPTERS 

In the Order of their Establishment. 



Chapter. 



Chi Phi, 

Delta Phi, 

Psi Upsilon, . 

Theta Delta Chi, 

Delta Upsilox, 

Sigma Nu . 

Phi Gamma Delta, 

Sigma Phi, 

Phi Delta Theta, 

Sigma Chi, . 

Delta Tau Delta, 

Beta Theta Pi, 

Kappa Alpha, 

Chi Psi, 

Kappa Sigma, . 

Phi Sigma Kappa, 

Alpha Tau Omega, 

Theta Xi, . 

Sigma Phi Epsilon, 



Psi, 

Nu, 

Eta, 

Nu Deuterox, 

Lehigh, 

Pi, . 

Beta Chi, 

Pennsylvania Alpha, 

Pennsylvania Eta, 

Alpha Rho, . 

Beta Lambda, 

Beta Chi, 

Pennsylvania Alpha, 

Alpha Beta Delta, 

Beta Iota, 

Nu, 

Alpha Rho, 

Eta, . 



Date of 

Establishment 

at Lehigh. 

. 1872 

1884 
. 1884 

1884 
. 1885 

1885 
. 1886 

1887 
. 1887 

1888 
. 1888 

1890 

• 1894 
1894 
1900 
190I 

• 1903 
1904 

■ 1907 



90 



CHI PHI. 

Psi Chapter. 
Greystone Hall, South Bethlehem. 

Oft? 



RESIDENT MEMBERS. 

George Rodney Booth, Charles Minor Dodson, 

Albert Brodhead, Rev. B. F. Sanderson. 



ACTIVE MEMBERS. 

Norman Lee Johnson, 
Carl Ambrose Baer, 
Gilbert Stockton, 
Richard Stockton, 
Frank Loring Dodds, Jr., 
Francis Martin Hartley, Jr. 
Caleb Samuel Kenney, 
Harrison Hurst Young. 



9i 



CHI PHI. 

Continued. 



ROLL OF ACTIVE CHAPTERS. 



Alpha, 

Beta, , 

Gamma, 

Delta, 

Epsilox, 

Zeta, . 

Eta, 

Theta, 

Iota, 

Lambda, 

Mu, 

Nu, 

Xi, 

Omicron, 

Rho, 

Sigma, . 

Phi, 

Chi, 

Psi, 

Omega, 



University of Virginia. 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 

Emory College, 

Rutgers College. 

Hampden-Sidney College. 

I'ranklin and Marshall College. 

University of Georgia. 

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. 

Ohio State University. 

University of California. 

Stevens Institute. 

University of Texas. 

Cornell University. 

Sheffield Scientific School. 

Lafayette College. 

Wofford College. 

Amherst College. 

Dartmouth College. 

Lehigh L'niversity. 

Georgia Institute of Technology. 



92 



DELTA PHI. 

Nu Chapter. 
Delaware Avenue, South Bethlehem. 



IN URBE. 

Alan Craig Dodson, DeCoury B. Browne, 

Charles Dorrance, Truman Monroe Dodson,. 

Carl Watson Evans. 



IN UNIVERSITATE. 

W. MacFarland Donaldson, Carlos Davila, 

Carlos Gonzalez, Dorsey Thompson, 

C. Severn Baldwin, George Harris Baker,. 

John Griffen. 



93 



DELTA PHI. 

Continued. 



ROLL OF ACTIVE CHAPTERS. 



Alpha, 

Beta, . 

Gamma, 

Delta, 

Epsilon, 

Zeta, 

Eta, 

Lambda, 

Nu, 

Xi, 

Omicron, 

Pi, 



Union College. 

Brown University. 

New York University. 

Columbia College. 

Rutgers College. 

. Harvard University. 

University of Pennsylvania. 

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institu4;e. 

Lehigh University. 

. Johns Hopkins University. 

Sheffield Scientific School. 

Cornell University. 



94 



PSI UPSILON. 

Eta Chapter. Founded in 1884. 

28 Market Street, Bethlehem. 

IN FACULTATE. 

Preston Albert Lambert, B. A., M. A., H, William Estv, S. B., M. A., A, 

Charles Shattuck Fox, LL. B., A. M., i'. 



IN URBE 

The Rt. Rev. Ethelbert Talbot, A. M., D. D., Z, 
Garrett Linderman Hoppes, C. E-, //, 

Robert Sayre Taylor, B. S., H, 

Robert Reade Kitchell, //, 

Harvey Pettibone Barnard, H. 



IN UNIVERSITATE. 

Halsted Woodrow Caldwell, Lester Revillo Carrier, 

Andrew Provost Balston, Harold Lee Watsox, 

J. Barton Luckie, Harold Frankli.x Blanchard, 

Richard Hamilton Torrey, Nelson James Ewing, 

Edmund Clarence Schme^itz, George Francis Murnane. 

William Timothy Dobson, Jr., Raymond Lee Riley, 

James Bates Drake, Richard Hamilton Street, 

Thomas Marshall Uptegraff, George Elliot Patterson, 
Robert Shackford Smith. 



95 



PSI UPSILON. 

Continued. 



ROLL OF ACTIVE CHAPTERS. 



Theta, 

Delta, 

Beta, 

Sigma, 

Gamma, 

Zeta, 

Lambda, 

Kappa, 

Psi, . 

Xi, 

Upsilon, 

Iota, 

Phi, . 

Pi, 

Chi, . 

Beta Beta, 

Eta, . 

Tau, 

Mu, . 

Rho, 

Omega, 

Epsilon, . 



Union College. 

New York University. 

Yale University. 

Brown University. 

Amherst College. 

Dartmouth College. 

Columbia College. 

Bowdoin College. 

Hamilton College. 

Wesleyan University. 

University of Rochester. 

Kenyon College. 

University of Michigan. 

Syracuse University. 

Cornell L^niversity. 

Trinity College. 

Lehigh University, 

University of Pennsylvania. 

University of Minnesota. 

University of Wisconsin. 

University of Chicago. 

University of California 



96 




'Et.-LiJUTTpMU^^ 



THETA DELTA CHI. 

Nu Deuteron Charge. 
601 Delaware Avenue, Fountain Hill. 



IN THE FACULTY. 

William B. vSchober, Ph. D.,jVJ, Harry W. Ullmann, Ph. D. N J, 

Philip M. Palmer, A. B., H. 



RESIDENT .MEMBERS. 



Eugene G. Grace, -V J, 
T. George Lehman, A^ J, 
Harry T. Morris, A' J, 
Charles E. Pettinos, A^ J, 
William Barnhurst, A^ J, 



Archibald Johnston, A' J, 
Horace A. Luckenbach, A' J 
Frank T. Meyers, A' J, 
Paul J. Luckenbach, A' J, 
Charles G. Porter, ZJ, 



Charles C. Hott, S. 



UNDERGRADUATE MEMBERS. 
1908. 
Robert Anson Burlingame, Arthur Oram Fulton. 

Agustin Alejo GoYTisoLO, Ralph Finley McElfresh, 

Charles Cushman Shorkley. 

1909. 
Arthur Mandell, Jr. 



Chester Bernard Lawson, 
Myrl Lamont Jacobs, 
Archibald Robert Shaw, 



1910. 



Harry F. Focht, 

Floyd Morgan Skidgell, 

Sherman Blaine Bowen. 



Joseph Glenn Anderson, 



1911. 



Aldridge P^llis Hunt. 



97 



THETA DELTA CHI. 

Continued. 



ROLL OF ACTIVE CHARGES. 



Beta, 

Gamma Deuterox, 

Delta Deuterox, 

Epsilox, 

Zeta, 

Zeta Deuterox, . 

Eta, 

Eta Deuterox, 

Theta Deuterox, 

Iota, 

Iota Deuterox, 

K.\PPA, 

Lambda, 

Mu Deuterox, 

Nu Deuterox, 

Xi, . 

Omicrox Deuterox, 

Pi Deuterox, 

Rho Deuterox, 

Sigma Deuteron, 

Tau Deuteron, 

Phi, 

Chi, 

Chi Deuterox, 

Jsi, 



Cornell L'niversity, . • • 1870. 

L'niversity of Michigan, . . 1889. 

L'niversity of California, . . 1900. 

College of William and Mary, . 1853. 

Brown University, . . 1853. 

McGill University, . . 1901. 

Bowdoin College, . . 1854. 

Leland Stanford, Jr., L'niversity, . 1903. 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1906. 

Harvard University, . 1856. 

Williams College, . . .1891. 

Tufts College, . . . 1856. 

Boston University, . . 1877. 

Amherst College, . . 1885 

Lehigh University, . . . 1884. 

Hobart College, . 1857. 

Dartmouth College, . . . 1869. 

College of the City of New York, . 1881. 

Columbia L'niversity, . . . 1883. 

L'niversity of Wisconsin, . . 1895. 

L'niversity of Minnesota, . . 1892. 

Lafayette College, . . . 1867. 

L'niversity of Rochester, . 1867. 

George Washington L'niversity, . 1896. 

Hamilton College, . . . 1868. 



98 



DELTA UPSILON. 

Third and Cherokee Streets, South Bethlehem. 

IN THE FACULTY. 
Robert W. Blake, A. M., Frank R. Ingalsbe, M. S 

RESIDENT MEMBERS. 

Joseph W. Adams, Henry Adams, 

robt. m. luckenbach. 

POSTGRADUATE MEMBER. 
H. D. McCaskey. 



UNDERGRADUATE MEMBERS. 
1908. 



Walter C. Brennan, 



Eduardo a. Nunez. 



Luther C. Zollinger, 
Henry C. Simmins, 
W. Harris Phillippi, 



George E. Carver, 



Robert F. Crawford, 
John H. Dillon, 



1909. 

1910. 

Sruce G. Shotton. 

1911. 



Edward R. Warner, 
Garrett DeF. Speirs, 
Earl M. Spry. 



Roy N. Williams, 



Roy V. Whitman 
Fred. G. Ferber. 



99 



DELTA UPSILON. 



Continued. 



ROLL OF ACTIVE CHAPTERS. 



Williams, 

Union, 

Hamilton, 

Amherst, 

Western Reserve, 

Colby, 

Rochester, 

MiDDLEBURY, 

Rutgers, 
Brown, 
Colgate, 
New York, 
Cornell, 
Marietta, . 
Syracuse, 
Michigan, . 
Northwestern, 

H.ARVARD, 

Wisconsin, 

Lafayette. 

Columbia, 

Lehigh, 

Tufts, . 

DePauw, 

Pennsylvania, 

Minnesota, 

Massachusetts, 

BOWDOIN, 

swarthmore, . 

Leland Stanford, 

California, 

McGill, 

Nebraska, 

Toronto, 

Chicago, 

Illinois, 

Ohio State, 



Williams College, 

Union College, 

Hamilton College, 

Amherst College, 

Western Reserve University, 

Colby University, 

Rochester University, 

Middlebury College, . 

Rutgers College, . . . 

Brown University, 

Colgate University, 

New York University, 

Cornell University, 

Marietta College, 

Syracuse University, 

University of Michigan, 

Northwestern University, 

Harvard University, 

University of Wisconsin, 

Lafayette College, 

Columbia University, 

Lehigh University, . 

Tufts College, . . . . 

DePauw University, 

University of Pennsylvania, 

University of Minnesota, 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 

Bowdoin College, 

Swarthmore College, 

Leland Stanford, Jr., University, . 

L'niversity of California, 

McGill University, 

University of Nebraska, 

Toronto University, . 

University of Chicago, . 

University of Illinois, 

Ohio State University, . 



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[876. 
[880. 
[880. 



[885. 



1894- 



[900. 
1905. 
[906, 



SIGMA NU. 

Pi Chapter. 
66 Church Street, Bethlehem. 



ACTIVE MEMBERS. 

Percy B. Storey, 
William Franklin Mackie, 
John Raymond Prizer, 
Norton Lewis Lichtenwalner, 
A. H. Zane, 

G. C. Craver. 



Richard Lynex James, 
James L. Hays, 
Edward F. Meschter, 
H. T. Quin, 
Weston George Frome, 



ROLL OF ACTIVE CHAPTERS. 



Beta, 

Mu, 

Theta, . 

Iota, 

Kappa, . 

Lambda, 

Epsilon, 

Eta, 

Nu, 

Xi, . 

Pi, 

Rho, 

Sigma, 

Upsilon, 

Phi, 

Psi, . 

Beta Phi, 

Beta Beta, 

Beta Theta, 

Beta Zeta, 

Beta Nu, 



University of Virginia, . 
University of Georgia, 
University of Alabama, 
Howard College, 
North Georgia College, . 
Washington and Lee University, 
Bethany, .... 
Mercer University, 
University of Kansas, 
Emory College, 
Lehigh University, 
University of Missouri, 
Vanderbilt University, . 
University of Texas, 
Louisiana State University, 
University of North Carolina, 
Tulane University, 
DePauw University, 
Alabama Polytechnic College, . 
Purdue University, . 
Ohio State University, . 



1870. 
1873- 
1874. 
1879. 



1883. 
1884. 
1884. 



1886. 



1886. 
1887. 



1890. 
1890. 
1891. 
1891. 



SIGMA NU. 



Continued. 



Beta Chi, . 
Delta Theta, 
Beta Eta, . 
Beta Iota, 
Beta Psi, . 
Beta Mu, 
Beta Xi, 
Beta Rho, 
Beta Tau, . 
Beta Upsilon, 
Gamma Rho, 
Gamma Gamma, 
Gamma Alpha, 
Gamma Chi, 
Gamma Beta, 
Beta Sigma, 
Gamma Delta, 
Gamma Epsilon, 
Gamma Zeta, 
Gamma Eta, 
Gamma Theta, 
Gamma Iota, . 
Gamma Kappa, 
Gamma Lambda, 
Gamma Mu, 
Gamma Nu, 
Gamma Xi, 
Gamma Omicron, 
Gamma Pi, . 
Gamma Sigma, 
Gamma Tau, 
Gamma Upsilon, 
Gamma Phi, 
Gamma Psi, 
Delta Beta, 



Stanford University, . 1891. 

Lombard University, . 1891. 

Indiana University, . . 1892. 

Mount Union College, . . 1892, 

University of California, . . 1892. 

University of Iowa, . 1893. 

William- Jewell University, . 1894, 

University of Pennsylvania, . 1894, 

N. C. A. & M. College, . 1895. 

Rose Polytechnic Institute, . 1895. 

University of Chicago, . 1895. 
Albion College, .... 1895. 

Georgia School of Technology, 1896. 

University of Washington, 1896. 

Northwestern University, 1898. 

University of Vermont, . 1898. 

Stevens Institute of Technology, 1900. 

Lafayette College, . . 1900. 

University of Oregon, 1900. 

Colorado vSchool of Mines, . . 1901. 

Cornell University, . 1901, 

State College of Kentucky, 1902. 

University of Colorado, . . 1902. 

University of Wisconsin, 1902. 

University of Illinois, . 1902. 

University of Michigan, . 1902. 

Missouri State vSchool of Mines, 1903. 

Washington University, Missouri, 1903. 

West Virginia University, 1904. 

Iowa State College, 1904, 

University of Minnesota, . 1904. 

Universit)'^ of Arkansas, . 1904. 

University of Montana, . 1905. 

Syracuse University, . . 1905. 

Dartmouth College, . . . 1907. 



PHI GAMMA DELTA. 

Beta Chi Chapter. 
South Main Street, Bethlehem. 



r^ 



IN FACUL.TATE. 
Natt. M. Emery, M. A., B X, William L. Estes, M. D. 

IN URBE. 
Fred a. Johnson, B J, A. G. Rau, M. S., B X. 



IN UNIVERSITATE. 
1908. 
William T. LytlE, F. Morris Savre, B. S., R. A., P X, 

Wilson D. Sanderson, Clifford B. Langstroth. 

1909. 

Allan P. Sill, Frederick T. Lawson, E J, 

Clarence A. Hoppock. 

1910. 
Maynard C. Burrell, C. Wesley Martin, 

Nelson M. Downs, Herbert D. Kynor, 

Stanley Kitchel, J. McEntee Sanderson, 

Edward B. Shimer. 



George R. Wood, 
Allen C. Morris, 



1911. 

Robert F. Wood, 
Clifford F. Lincoln, 
Edmund B. Lehr. 



ROLL OF ACTIVE CHAPTERS. 



Xi Deuteron, 

Theta, 

Pi, . 

Alpha Chi, 

Nu, 

Pi Rho, . 

Delta, 

Delta Xi, 

Chi Upsilon, 

Omega, 

Kappa Nu, 

Theta Psi, 



Adelbert. 

University of Alabama. 

Allegheny 

Amherst 

Bethel 

Brown. 

Bucknell. 

California. 

Chicago. 

Columbia. 

Cornell. 

Colgate. 



103 



PHI GAMMA DELTA. 

Continued. 



r^ 



Delta Nu, 

Lambda Deuteron, 

Lambda, 

Xi, 

Tal-, . 

Chi Iota, 

Alpha Deuteron, . 

Zeta, 

Alpha Iota 

Beta Mu, 

Pi Deuteron, 

Gamma Deuteron, 

Sigma Deuteron, 

Beta Chi, 

Lambda Sigma, 

Omega Mu, 

Iota Mu, 

Alpha Phi, 

Xu Sigma, 

Chi Mu, . 

Lambda Xu, 

Xu Epsilon, 

Omicron Deuteron. 

Theta Deuteron, 

Gamma Phi, 

Beta, 

Lambda Iota, 

Rho Chi, 

Sigma Xu, . 

Kappa Tau, 

Tau Deuteron, 

Tau Alpha, 

Chi, 

Omicron, 

PST, . 

Alpha, 

Zeta Deuteron, 

Sigma Tau, 

Zeta Phi, 

Mu, 

Sigma, 

Rho Deuteron, 

Pi Iota, 

Xu Deuteron, . 



Dartmouth. 

Denison. 

DePauw. 

Gettysburg. 

Hanover. 

University of Illinois. 

Illinois W'esleyan. 

Indiana. 

Iowa State. 

. Johns Hopkins. 

Kansas. 

Knox. 

Lafayette. 

Lehigh. 

Leland Stanford, Jr. 

Maine. 

Massachusetts Institute. 

University of Michigan. 

Minnesota. 

Missouri 

Xebraska. 

. Xew York University. 

Ohio State. 

Ohio W'esleyan. 

Pennsylvania State. 

University of Pennsylvania. 

Purdue. 

Richmond. 

Syracuse. 

Tennessee. 

University of Texas. 

Trinity. 

Union. 

Virginia. 

Wabash. 

Washington and Jefferson. 

Washington and Lee. 

University of Washington. 

William Jewell. 

Wisconsin. 

Wittenberg. 

Wooster. 

Worcester. 

Yale. 



104 



SIGMA PHI. 

Alpha of Pennsylvania. 
506 Delaware Avenue, South Bethlehem, 



RESIDENT MEMBERS. 

Garrett Brodhead Linderman, Warren Abbot Wilbur, 

George Goddard Convers, Rollin Henry Wilbur, 

Elisha Packer Wilbur, Jr., W. J. Childs. 



UNDERGRADUATE MEMBERS. 

Burton Gilbert Morss, Russell Davenport Bell, 

Edward Norris Kimball, Gilbert Hand Hoppin, 

Nutting Wigton, Francis R. McDonnell, 

George Blair, William Walters Merwin, 

John Scott, Jr., Seymour Armstrong Miller, 

Phillip Horn Hoffman, //, John Marshall Carrol. 



105 



SIGMA PHI. 



Continued. 



AivPHA OF New York, 
Beta of New York, 
Alpha of Massachusetts, 
Delta of New York, . 
Alpha of Vermont, 
Alpha of Michigan, 
Alpha of Pennsylvania, 
Epsilon of New York, 



ROLL OF ACTIVE CHAPTERS. 

Union College, 
Hamilton College, 
Williams College, 
Hobart College, 
University of Vermont, 
University of Michigan, 
Lehigh University, 
Cornell University, 



1827 
1831. 
1834. 
1840. 
1845. 
1858. 
1887. 
1890. 



106 



PHI DELTA THETA. 

Pennsylvania Eta Chapter. 
451 Lehigh Street, South Bethlehem. 



IN THE FACULTY. 

William S. Franklin, M. S., George C. Beck, A. C. 

Otto Cornelius BurkharT, B. S., E. M., C. E. 



George M. HarlEman, C. E., 
George R. Huse, C. E., 
Samuel T: Harleman, M. E., 



RESIDENT MEMBERS. 

Thomas C. Williams, 



John S. Hegeman, M. E. 
K. L. Lafferrandre. 



ACTIVE MEMBERS. 

Alfred John Spaeth, Thomas Coyle, Jr., 

Humphrey Dillon Smith, James Means Fair, 

Fred Palmer Bates^ Frank Leonard Gunzenhauser 

John Phillip FlippEn, Harold Mabee Simpson, 

Charles Ray'mond Dunn, Raymond Kneas Stritzinger, 

Norman W. Henry Schafer, William Aldolph Maeder, 

Miles Catlin Smith, Sterling Sidney Lanier, 

James Arthur Rose, W'illis Manning Farris, Jr. 



ROLL OF ACTIVE CHAPTERS. 



Ohio Alpha, 
Indiana Alpha, 
Kentucky Alpha, 
Indiana Beta, 
Wisconsin Alpha, 
Illinois Alpha, 
Indiana Gamma, 
Ohio Beta, . 
Indiana Delta, 
Indiana Epsilon, 
Michigan Alpha, 
Illinois Beta, 
Indiana Zeta, . 
Ohio Gamma, 
Missouri Alpha, 



Miami L^niversity, . 


1848. 


Indiana LTniversity, 


1849. 


Center College, 


1850. 


Wabash College, 


1850. 


University of Wisconsin, . 


1857. 


Northwestern University, 


1859- 


Butler University, ■ 


1859- 


Ohio Wesleyan LTniversity, 


1860- 


Franklin College, 


1860. 


Hanover College, 


i860. 


LTniversity of Michigan, . 


1864. 


LTniversity of Chicago, 


1865. 


DePauw University, 


1868. 


Ohio University, 


1868. 


LTniversity of Missouri, 


1870. 



107 



PHI DELTA THETA. 



Continued. 



Illinois Delta, 
Georgia Alpha, 
Georgia Beta, 
Iowa Alpha, 
Georgia Gamma, 
New York Alpha, 
Pennsylvania Alpha, 
California Alpha, 
Virginia Beta, 
Virginia Gamma, 
Nebraska Alpha, 
Pennsylvania Beta, 
Pennsylvania Gamma, 
Tennessee Alpha, 
Mississippi Alpha, 
Alabama Alpha, 
Illinois Zeta, 
Alabama Beta, 
Pennsylvania Delta, 
Vermont Alpha^ 
Pennsylvania Epsilon, 
Missouri Beta, 
Minnesota Alpha, 
Iowa Beta, 
Kansas Alpha, 
Tennessee Beta, 
Ohio Zeta, 
Texas Beta. 
Pennsylvania Zeta, 
New York Beta, 
Maine Alpha, 
New York Delta, 
New Hampshire Alpha, 
North Carolina Beta, 
Massachusetts Alpha, 
Texas Gamma, . 
New York Epsilon, 
Virginia Zeta, 
Pennsylvania Eta, 
Massachusetts Beta, 
Rhode Island Alpha, 
Louisiana Alpha, 
Missouri Gamma, 



Knox L'niversity, 

University of Georgia, 

Emory College, 

Iowa Wesleyan University, 

Mercer University, 

Cornell L'niversity, 

Lafayette College, 

University of California, 

University of Virginia, 

Randolph-Macon College, 

University of Nebraska, 

Gettysburg College, 

Washington and Jefferson College, 

Vanderbilt University, 

University of Mississippi, 

University of Alabama, 

Lombard University, 

Alabama Polytechnic Institute, . 

Allegheny College, 

University of Vermont, 

Dickinson College, 

Westminster College, 

University of Minnesota, 

University of Iowa, 

L'niversity of Kansas, . 

University of the South, 

Ohio State University, 

University of Texas, 

University of Pennsylvania, 

Union University, 

Colby University, 

Columbia L'niversity, 

Dartmouth College, 

University of North Carolina, 

Williams College, 

Southwestern University, 

Syracuse University, 

Washington and Lee University, 

Lehigh University, 

Amherst College, 

Brown University, 

Tulane University of Louisiana, 

Washington LTniversity, 



1 08 



PHI DELTA THETA. 



Continued. 



California Beta, 
Illinois Eta, 
Indiana Theta, 
Ohio Eta, 
Ohio Theta, 
Washington Alpha, 
Kentucky Epsilon, 
Quebec Alpha, 
Colorado Alpha, 
Georgia Delta, 
Pennsylvania Theta, 
Ontario Alpha, 
South Dakota Alpha, 



Leland Stanford, 
University of Illinois, . 
Purdue University, 
Case School of Applied Science, 
University of Cincinnati, 
University of Washington, 
Kentucky State College, . 
McGill University, 
University of Colorado, 
Georgia School of Technology, 
Pennsylvania State College, 
University of Toronto, 
University of South Dakota, 



1891. 
1893. 
1893- 



1900. 

1 90 1. 

1902. 

190: 

1902. 

1904. 

1906. 

1907 



109 



SIGMA CHI. 

Alpha Rho Chapter. 
334 Broad Street, Bethlehem. 



IN FACULTATE. 
Clarence Edward Clewell. 



W. B. Myers, 



FRATRES IN URBE. 
G. R. Radford. 



E. T. Lipps, 



FRATRES IN COLLEGIO. 



Thomas Harold Sheridan, 
William Foster Banks, 
William Lippiat Archer, 
Archibald L Altemus, 
Alden Curry Cummins, 
Howard Grant Toone, 
Albert B. Neal, 



William Blaine Davies, 
Carl G. Barth, Jr., 
Duncan MacD. Little, 
Henry R. Phillips, 
Frank M. Lawrence, 
Hugh H. Davis, 
William S. Gradi, 



Clifford C. Young. 



ROLL OF ACTIVE CHAPTERS. 



Alpha, 

Beta, 

Gamma, 

Epsilon, 

Zeta, 

Eta, 

Theta, 

Kappa, . 

Lambda, 

Mu, 

Xi, . 



Miami University. 

University of Wooster. 

The Ohio Wesleyan University. 

Columbia University. 

Washington and Lee University. 

The University of Mississippi. 

Pennsylvania College. 

Bucknell University. 

Indiana University. 

Denison University. 

DePauvv University. 



SIGMA CHI. 



Continued. 



Omicron, 
Rho, 

Phi, 
Chi, 
Psi, 

Omega, 
Alpha Alpha, 
Alpha Beta, 
Alpha Gamma, 
Alpha Epsilon, 
Alpha Zeta, 
Alpha Eta, 
Alpha Theta, 
Alpha Iota, 
Alpha Lambda, 
Alpha Nu, 
Alpha Xi, 
Alpha Omicron, 
Alpha Pi, 
Alpha Rho, 
Alpha Sigma, . 
Alpha Upsilon, 
Alpha Phi, 
Alpha Chi, 
Alpha Psi, 
Alpha Omega, 
Delta Delta, 
Zeta Zeta, 
Zeta Psi, 
Theta Theta, 
Eta Eta, 
Kappa Kappa, 
Lambda Lambda, 
Mu Mu, 
Nu Nu, 
Xi Xi, 

Omicron Omicron, 
Phi Phi, 
Tau Tau, 
Psi Psi, 

Beta Gamma, . 
Omega Omega, 



Dickinson College 

Butler College. 

Lafayette College. 

Hanover College. 

The University of Virginia. 

The Northwestern University. 

Hobart College. 

The University of California. 

Ohio State LTniversity. 

The LTniversity of Nebraska 

Beloit College. 

State University of Iowa. 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 

The Illinois Wesleyan University. 

The University of Wisconsin. 

The University of Texas. 

The L'niversity of Kansas. 

Tulane University. 

Albion College. 

Lehigh University. 

The University of Minnesota. 

The University of Southern California. 

Cornell University. 

Pennsylvania State College. 

Vanderbilt University. 

Leland Stanford, Jr., LTniversity. 

Purdue University. 

Central College. 

The University of Cincinnati. 

The University of Michigan. 

Dartmouth College. 

The LTniversity of Illinois. 

Kentucky State College. 

West Virginia University. 

Columbia LTniversity. 

The University of State of Missouri. 

The L'niversity of Chicago. 

The LTniversity of Pennsylvania. 

Washington University. 

Syracuse LTniversity. 

University of Colorado. 

Universitv of Arkansas. 



DELTA TAU DELTA. 

Beta Lambda Chapter. 
239 Church Street, Bethlehem. 



r^i 



RESIDENT MEMBERS. 



George Alexander MacLeax, 
Richard F. Taylor, 



Edward F. Gray, N, 
Ivan S. Rice. 



ACTIVE MEMBERS. 



John Stevesox Barker, 
Robert Neilson Jaggard, 
John Hess Young, Jr., 
John Jacob Shvltz, 
Robert Enterline Rickert, 
Ivan Robert Coffin, 
Raymond Floyd Crump, 



Edward M. Goucher, 
Lawrence Wetiierill Janeway 
Clyde Updegraff Shank, 
William Gerald Moore, 
George Randall Waltz, 
Albert Poole Spooner, 
George Andrew Barker, 



Edmund Wilkins Young. 



ROLL OF ACTIVE CHAPTERS. 



Alpha, 

Beta, 

Gamma, 

Delta, . 

Epsilon, 

Zeta, 

Kappa. 

Mu, 

Nu, . 

Phi, 

Chi, 

Pi, 

L.^MBDA, 

Rho, 
Upsilon, 
Omega. 
Omicron, 
Beta Alpha, 
Beta Beta, 
Beta G.amma, 
Beta Epsilon, 



Allegheny College. 

Ohio University. 

Washington and Jefferson College. 

University of Michigan. 

Albion College. 

Aldell^ert College. 

Hillsdale College. 

Ohio Wesleyan University. 

Lafayette College. 

\\'ashington and Lee University. 

Kenyon College. 

University of Mississippi. 

Yanderbilt University. 

Stevens Institute of Technology. 

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. 

University of Penns3dvania. 

University of Iowa. 

Indiana University. 

DePauw University. 

University of Wisconsin. 

Emory College. 



>^%N>p.//^ 




DELTA TAU DELTA. 

Continued. 



Beta Zeta, 
Beta Lambda, 
Beta Iota. 
Beta Mu, 
Beta Nu, 
Beta Xi, 
Beta Omicron, 
Beta Pi, 
Beta Rho, 
Beta Tau, . 
Beta Upsilon, 
Beta Phi, 
Beta Chi, 
Beta Psi, 
Beta Theta, 
Beta Eta, . 
Beta Kappa, 
Beta Omega, 
Gamma Alph/, , 
Gamma Beta, 
Gamma Gamma, 
Gamma Delta, 
Gamma Epsilon, 
Gamma Zeta, 
Gamma Theta, 
Gamma Eta, 
Gamma Iota, 
Gamma Kappa, 
Gamma Lambda, 



Butler College. 

Lehigh University. 

University of Virginia. 

Tufts College. 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 

Tulane LTniversity. 

Cornell University. 

Northwestern University. 

Lelancl Stanford University. 

University of Nebraska. 

University of Illinois. 

Ohio State University. 

Brown University. 

Wabash College. 

University of the South. 

University of Minnesota. 

University of Colorado. 

University of California. 

University of Chicago. 

Armour Institute of Technology. 

Dartmouth College. 

University of West Virginia. 

Columbia LTniversity. 

Wesleyan University. 

Baker University 

George Washington University. 

University of Texas. 

University of Missouri. 

Purdue Universitv. 



"3 



BETA THETA PI. 

Beta Chi Chapter. 
326 Wyandotte Street, South Bethlehem. 

IN FACULTATE. 

Charles L. Thornburg, C. E., Ph. D., B A, 
John Hutcheson Ogburn, C. E., B A, Barry MacNutt, M. S., B X, 

Robert \V. Wood, A. B., AX. 



IN URBE 

George Francis Pettinos, A I, C. M. Kelly 

John Bruce Carlock. 



IN UNIVERSITATE. 
1908. 

James Silver Bayless, John Galt Miller, 

Kenneth Landis, Alexander Liggat Tunstull 

Worden Pope, Francis Alton Collins, Jr. 

1909 

George William Hain, Walter Reed Morris. 

1910. 

James Carvill Gorman, Jr., Ira Long Miller, 

Frederick Harold Sasscer. 

1911. 

James Holmes Bay, Phillip S. Dickey, Jr., 

Donald R. Lowry, Hugh G. Spilsbury. 



114 



Beta Iota, 

Chi, 

Psi, 

Upsilon, 

Beta Sigma, 

Kappa, 

Lambda Kappa, 

EpSIIvON, 

Beta Theta, 
Alpha Alpha, 
Beta Delta, . 
Alpha Omega, 
Phi Alpha, 
Alpha Eta, 
Delta, . 
Alpha vSigma, 
Zeta, 
Iota, 

Sigma Rho, 
Pi, 

Alpha Beta, 
Tau Sigma, 
Alpha Epsilon, 
Alpha Chi, 
Beta Alpha, 
Alpha Xi, . 
Beta Chi, 
Lambda Sigma, 
Alpha, . 
Rho, 

Beta Kappa, 
Theta, 

Theta Delta, 
Alpha Upsilon, 
Beta Mit, 
Beta Gamma, 
Sigma, 
Beta Zeta, 
Beta Epsilon, 
Nr, . 
Omega, 
Lambda Riio, 



BETA THETA PI. 

Continued. 
ROLL OF CHAPTERS. 



Amherst College 
Beloit College 
Bethany College 
Boston University. 
Bowdoin College. 
Brown University. 
Case School of Science. 
Central University. 
Colgate University. 
Columbia University. 
Cornell University. 
Dartmouth College. 
Davidson College. 
Denison University. 
DePauw University. 
Dickinson College. 
Hampden-Sidney College. 
Hanover College. 
Illinois University. 
Indiana University. 
Iowa State College. 
Iowa State University. 
Iowa Wesleyan University. 
Johns Hopkins University. 
Kenyon College. 
Knox College. 
Lehigh University. 
Leland Stanford University. 
Miami University. 
Northwestern University. 
Ohio University. 
Ohio A\'esleyan University. 
Ohio State University. 
Pennsylvania State College. 
Purdue University. 
Rutgers College. 
Stevens Institute of Technology. 
St. Lawrence University. 
Syracuse I'niversity. 
Union College 
University of California. 
University of Chicago. 



115 



BETA THETA PI. 

Continued. 



Beta Nu, 
Beta Tau, . 
Alpha Zeta, 
Alpha Nu, 
Beta Eta, 
Lambda, 
Beta Pi, 
Zeta Phi, 
Alpha Tau, 
Eta Beta, 
Phi, 

Beta Omicron, 
Theta Zeta, 
Omicron, 
Beta Omega, . 
Alpha Pi, 
Alpha Lambda, 
Beta Lambda, 
Tau, 
Gamma, 
Alpha Iota. 
Mu Epsilon, 
Beta, 

Alpha Delta, 
Beta Psi, 
Alpha Gamma, 
Phi Chi, 
Gamma Phi, 



University of Cincinnati, 

University of Colorado. 

University of Denver, 

University of Kansas, 

University of Maine. 

University of Michigan. 

University of Minnesota. 

University of Missouri. 

University of Nebraska. 

University of North Carolina. 

University of Pennsylvania. 

University of Texas. 

University of Toronto. 

University of Virginia. 

University of Washington State. 

University of Wisconsin, 

University of Wooster. 

Vanderbilt University. 

Wabash College. 

Washington and JefYerson College. 

Washington University. 

Wesleyan University. 

Western Reserve University. 

Westminster College. 

West Virginia University. 

Wittenberg College. 

Yale University. 

Oklahoma University,. 



ii6 



KA 



KAPPA ALPHA. 

Pennsylvania Alpha. 
Wyandotte and Third Streets, South Bethlehem. 



RESIDENT MEMBERS. 

Robert Montgomery Bird, Albert Jacob Mayer, 

Stanley Wardwell Brown. 



UNDERGRADUATE MEMBERS. 
1908. 
William Coppee Duncan, Edwin Haldeman Finnie, 



Edward MacFarlane, 



Emmet Robinson Olcott. 



1909. 



Evelyn Willing Peters, 
Frederick Frelinghuysen Couch, 



Clarence Lincoln Aman. 
vSamuel Wilson Fleming, Jr. 



1910. 



Leighton Dunning, 



Geoffrey Arthur Caffall. 



1911 



Charles Reginald Bulley, 



John Gibbon McCoy. 



KAPPA ALPHA. 

Continued. 



ROLL OF CHAPTERS. 



New York Alpha, . 
Massachusetts Alpha, 
New York Beta, 
New Jersey Alpha, 
Virginia Alpha, 
New York Gamma, 
Ontario Alpha, 
Pennsylvania Alpha, 
Quebec Alpha, 



Union College, 
Williams College, 
Hobart College, 
Princeton University 
University of Virginia, 
Cornell University, 
Toronto L'niversity, 
Lehigh University, 
McGill L^niversity, 



1825 

1833 
1844. 

1852-55. 
1857-60. 

1868. 

1892. 

1894 

1899 



118 



CHI PSI. 

Alpha Beta Delta. 
430 Seneca Street, South Bethlehem. 



IN THE FACULTY. 

vSlDNEY J. LOCKNER. 

RESIDENT MEMBER. 
Horace W. PfahlEr. 



UNDERGRADUATE MEMBERS. 
1909. 
Chester Holt StrublE, Manuel A. Cadenas. 



Harry C. MacDonald, 
Charles Augustus Gross, 
Arthur'^Kellogg Hunt, 



1910. 



Christian Allen Schwarzwaelder, 
Phillip Hiram Thayer, 
Sayre Welles. 



Donald Gibson, 
Jacob Stair, 



1911. 



Thomas Mackey, 
Archie W. Fisher. 



119 



CHI PSl. 

Continued. 



ACTIVE ALPHAS. 



Alpha Pi, 


Alpha Theta, 


Alpha Mu, 


Alpha Alpha, 


Alpha Phi, 


Alpha Epsilon, 


Alpha Chi, 


Alpha Psi, 


Alpha Tau, . 


Alpha Nu, 


Alpha Iota, 


Alpha Rho, 


Alpha Xi, 


Alpha Alpha Delta, 


Alpha Beta Delta, 


Alpha Gamma Delta, 


Alpha Delta Delta, 


Alpha Epsilon Delta 



Union College, 
Williams College, 
Middleburg College, 
Wesleyan University. 
Hamilton College, 
University of Michigan 
Amherst College, 
Cornell University, 
Wofford College, 
University of Minnesota, 
University of Wisconsin, 
Rutgers College, 
Stevens Institute, 
University of Georgia, 
Lehigh L'niversity, 
vStanford University, 
University of California, 
University of Chicago, 



1 84 1 

1842 

1843. 

1844. 

1845. 

1845. 

1864. 

1869. 

1869. 

1874. 
1878, 
1879. 

1883. 
1890. 
1894. 
1894. 



KAPPA SIGMA. 

Beta Iota. 
701 Delaware Avenue, South Bethlehem. 



Oran C. Snyder, 
Reese D. Thomas, 



FRATRES IN URBE. 



John J. Shonk, Jr., 
Charles H. Riegel. 



ACTIVE MEMBERS. 



George Oswald Bason, 
John Joseph Komara, 
Linn Frederick Galbraith, 
James Humble Smith, 
Liter Borden Walbridge, 
George Fulton Hartman, 



Frank Edgar Troutman, 
Frank Carl Anderson, 
John Raymond Pillow, 
Joseph Christopher Fitzharris, 
Floyd Victor Kesselmax, 
Clayton Edward Snyder, 



Ralph Winfield Kempsmith. 



Alpha Mu, 

Alpha Nu, 

Alpha Beta, 

Alpha Tau, 

Beta, 

Beta Eta, 

Theta, 

Kappa, 

Beta Nu, 

Beta Xi, 

Lambda, 

Phi, 

Omega, 

Alpha Theta, 

Alpha Upsilon, 

Gamma, 

Sigma, 

Iota, 

Tau, 

Alpha Omega, 

Beta Gamma, 



ROLL OF ACTIVE CHAPTERS. 

University of North Carolina, 1893. 

Wofford College, . . 1894. 

Mercer University, . 1875. 

Georgia School of Technology, 1895. 
University of Alabama, . 1867. 

Alabama Polytechnic Institute, 1900. 
Cumberland University, . . 1887. 

Vanderbilt University, 1876. 

Kentucky State College, . . 1894. 

University of California, 1901. 

University of Tennessee, 1880. 

Southwestern Presbyterian University, 1882. 

University of the South, 1882. 

Southwestern Baptist LTniversity, 1892. 

Millsaps College, 1895. 

Louisiana State University, 1887. 
Tulane University, . 1889. 

Southwestern University, 1886. 

I'niversity of Texas, 1884. 

\\'illiam Jewell College. . 1897. 

Missouri State University, 1898. 



KAPPA SIGMA. 



Continued. 



Alpha Psi, 
Alpha Sigma, 
Chi, 

Alpha Pi, 
Beta Theta, 
Alpha Gamma, 
Alpha Chi, 
Alpha Zeta, 
Beta Epsilon, 
Beta Zeta, 
Beta Kappa, 
Beta Lambda, 
Beta Mu, 
Beta Pi, 
Beta Omicron, 
Xi, 

Beta Tau, 
Beta Sigma, 
Beta Upsilon, . 
Beta Phi, 
Beta Chi, 
Beta Psi, 
Beta Rho, 
Beta Omega, 
Gamma Alpha, . 
Gamma Beta, 
Gamma Gamma, 
Gamma Delta, 
Mu, 

Gamma Eta, 
Gamma Theta, . 
Gamma Epsilon, 
Gamma Zeta, 
Gamma Eta, 
Gamma Theta, 



University of Nebraska, 
Ohio State University, 
Purdue University, 
Wabash College, 
Indiana University, 
University of Illinois, 
Lake Forest University, 
University of Michigan, 
University of Wisconsin, 
Leland Stanford, Jr., University, 
New Hampshire College, 
University of Georgia, 
University of Minnesota, 
Dickinson College, . 
University of Denver, 
University of Kansas, 
Baker University, 
Washington University, 
N. C. A. and M. College, 
Case School of Applied Science, 
Missouri School of Mines, 
University of Washington, 
University of Iowa, 
Colorado College, 
University of Oregon, . 
University of Chicago, 
Colorado School of Mines, 
Massachusetts State Colkge, 
Washington and Lee, 
Harvard, 

University of Iowa, 
Dartmouth, 
New York University, 
Syracuse University, 
University of Oklahoma, 



1897. 
1895- 
1885. 
1895. 



1880. 
1892. 



1 90 1. 
1 90 1. 
1 90 1. 
1902. 
1902. 
1902. 
1903. 
1903. 
1903. 
1903. 
1903. 
1903. 
1903. 
1904. 
1904. 
1904. 
1904. 
1904. 
1904. 
1905. 
1905. 
1905. 
1905. 
1906 
1906. 



PHI SIGMA KAPPA. 

Nu Chapter. Founded 1901 

51 1 Seneca Street, South Bethlehem. 

FRATRES IN FACULTATE. 
Walter S. Landis, Met. E., M, S., Sylvanus A. Becker, C. E. 



FRATRES IN URBE. 

Henry Radclyffe Walters, Richard Roy Renner, 

Elmer Frederick vShaffer 



FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE. 
1908 

Fred. Valentine Bechtel, Clarence Mather, 

Robert Mosser Eckert, Edmund Frederick Petersen 

1909. 
Harry Osborn Kent, J. Homer Meseroll 

Walter John Schiverea. 

1910. 
Percival Cooper Berkley, Carl August Woer\yag 

Joseph Butler. 

1911. 
Clifford Riddle Whyte, Joseph Ignatius Vela 



123 



PHI SIGMA KAPPA. 

Continued. 



ROLL OF CHAPTERS. 



Alpha, . 

Beta, 

Gamma, 

Delta, 

Epsilox, 

Zeta, 

Eta, 

Theta, 

Iota, 

Kappa, 

Lambda, 

Mr, . 

Nu, 

Xi, . 

Omicron, 

Pi, . 

Rho, 

Sigma, 

Tau, 

Upsilon, 

Phi, 

Chi, . 

Psi, 



Massachusetts Agricultural College. 

Union University. 

Cornell University 

West Virginia University. 

Yale University. 

College of the City of New York. 

University of Maryland. 

Columbia University. 

Stevens Institute of Technology. 

Pennsylvania State College. 

George Washington University. 

University of Pennsylvania. 

Lehigh University. 

St. Lawrence University. 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 

Franklin and Marshall College. 

Queen's College (Canada). 

St. John's College. 

Dartmouth College. 

Brown University. 

Swarthmore College. 

Williams College. 

Universitv of Virginia. 



124 




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ALPHA TAU OMEGA. 

Pennsylvania Alpha Rho. Founded 1882. 

338 Wyandotte Street, South Bethlehem. 

IN FACULTY. 
Howard Eckkeldt, B. S., E. M. 



M. L. Horn, A I, 
F. N. Fritch, a I, 
H. J. Fritch, A I, 



RESIDENT MEMBERS. 



Dr. R. J. Yost, 
Dr. E. S. Mantz, 



A I, 



Rev. F. E. Cooper, A I, 
L. L. Bentley, B, 
Malcolm Metzger, A I. 



Cajetan Morsack, 
James M. Raine, 
Frank G. Perley, 

Samuel R. Young, 
Raymond M. Wolke, 



William E. Sturges, 
Chester H. Rhodes, 

Robert F. Kratz, 
Walter L. Merkel, 



ACTIVE MEMBERS. 
1908. 



1909. 



1910. 



1911. 



Charles P. Eyrich, 
Thomson King, 
Warren C. Dietrich. 

Charles C. Hagexbuch, 
Cecil B Digby. 



Walter E. Smith, 
Carl G. Harwig. 



Alexander McKexzie, 
Oliver H. Smith. 



ROLL OF ACTIVE CHAPTERS. 



Beta, 

Delta, 

Xi, 

Pi, . 

Omega, 

Alpha Beta, 

Alpha Delta, . 

Alpha Epsilon, 

Alpha Zeta, 

Tau, 

Alpha Theta, 

Alpha Iota, 

Alpha Lambda, 

Alpha Mu, 



Washington and Lee University. 

University of Virginia. 

Trinity College, North Carolina. 

Tennessee University. 

University of the South. 

University of Georgia. 

University of North Carolina. 

Alabama Polytechnic Institute. 

Mercer University. 

University of Pennsylvania. 

Emory College. 

Muhlenberg College. 

Columbia University. 

Adrian College. 



125 



ALPHA TAU OMEGA. 



Continued. 



Alpha Nu, 
Alpha Omicron, 
Alpha Pi, 
Alpha Rho, 
Alpha Tau, 
Alpha Upsilon, 
Alpha Psi, 
Alpha Omega, 
Beta Alpha, 
Beta Beta, 
Beta Gamma, . 
Beta Delta, 
Beta Epsilon, 
Beta Zeta, 
Beta Eta, 
Beta Theta, 
Beta Kappa, 
Beta Iota, 
Beta Lambda, 
Beta Mu, 
Beta Xi, 
Beta Omicron, 
Beta Pi, 
Beta Upsilon, 
Beta Omega, . 
Gamma Alpha, 
Gamma Beta, . 
Gamma Gamma, 
Beta Tau, 
Gamma Delta, 
Gamma Zeta, 
Gamma Theta, 
Gamma Eta, 
Gamma Iota, 
Gamma Kappa, 
Gamma Lambda, 
Gamma Mu, 
Gamma Nu, 
Gamma Xi, 
Gamma Omicron, 
Gamma Rho, 
Gamma Pi, . 
Gamma Tau. 



Mt. Union College 

St. Lawrence University. 

Washington and Jefferson College. 

Lehigh University. 

Southwestern Presbyterian University. 

Pennsylvania College. 

Wittenburg College. 

University of Florida. 

Simpson College. 

Southern University. 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 

University of Alabama. 

Tulane University. 

University of Vermont. 

Ohio Wesleyan University. 

Cornell University. 

Hillsdale College. 

Georgia School of Technology. 

University of Michigan. 

University of Wooster 

Charleston College. 

Albion College. 

Vanderbilt College. 

. University of Maine. 

Ohio State University. 

Colby University. 

Tufts College. 

Rose Polytechnic Institute. 

Southwestern Baptist University. 

Brown University. 

University of Illinois. 

University of Nebraska. 

University of Texas. 

University of California. 

Western Reserve University. 

University of Colorado. 

University of Kansas. 

University of Minnesota. 

University of Chicago. 

Purdue University 

University of Missouri 

University of Washington 

. Universitv of Wisconsin 



126 



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Si^JOX-T- P-tt.-t 



THETA XI. 

Eta Chapter. 
541 Seneca Street, South Bethlehem. 



RESIDENT MEMBER. 
Walter Jacob Ammer. 



ACTIVE MEMBERS. 

Isaac Overholzer GibelE, Stephen' Eugene Page, 

John A. Clarke, Jr., \\illl\m Anderson Staab, 

William Franklin Carson, Carroll Tschudi Gardner, 

William Carl Stobaeus, Harold Alan Floyd, 

John Baptist Stobaeus, Jr., Frank Clyde Carver, 

John Theophil Ridgely, Walter Cornelius Carson, 
John Louis Becker. 



127 



THETA XI 

Continued. 



Alpha, 

Beta, 

Gamma, 

Delta, 

Epsilon, 

Zeta. . 

Eta, 

Theta, 

Iota, 

Kappa, 

Lambda, 



ROLL OF CHAPTERS. 

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1864. 

Sheffield Scientific School, 1865. 

Stevens Institute of Technology, 1874. 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, . 1885. 

Columbia University, . 1899. 

Cornell University, 1903. 

Lehigh University, 1904. 

Purdue University, 1905. 

Washington University, . 1905. 

Rose Polytechnic Institute, 1907. 

Pennsylvania State College, . . 1907. 



128 




EAWHIEHTPMUA. 



SIGMA PHI EPSILON. 

Delta Epsilon Chapter. 
704 Dakota Street, South Bethlehem. 

IN THE FACULTY. 
James Hixtek Wiley, E. E., Howard vStaxifokd Foster, E. E. 



RESIDENT MEMBER. 
James Autox Seacrest, C. E. 



ACTIVE MEMBERS. 
1908. 
EoMOND Crawford Fetter, John Henry Hills, 

Ralph Edwards Loper, William John Priestley, 

Ned Hensel vSayford, Johx Henry Westerbeke.. 

1909. 

L. C. Devine GreEnough, Ira David SchxellER, 

Howard F. Decii. 

1910. 

Johx Ross Hall, Edward Washington Ehmann. 

Charles Hevl Poole, Frank Maxwell vSayford, 

Robert Bricker vSwope. 

1911. 

Harry A. Dunstan, Franklin Fisher, 

Jeremy Fisher, Alfred Priestley', 

Lewis R. P. Reese. 



129 



SIGMA PHI EPSILON. 



Continued. 



ROLL OF ACTIVE CHAPTERS. 



Alpha, . 

Gamma Beta, 

Delta Beta, 

Delta Gamma, 

Delta Delta, 

Beta Alpha, 

Epsilox Alpha, 

Delta, 

Eta Beta, 

Theta Alpha, 

Iota Alpha, 

Kappa Alpha, 

Epsilon, 

Zeta, 

Lambda Alpha, 

Mv Alpha, . 

Eta, 

Nr Alpha, 

Delta Epsilon, 



Richmond College. 

West Virginia University. 

Jefferson Medical College. 

Western University of Pennsylvania. 

L'niversity of Pennsylvania. 

University of Illinois. 

University of Colorado. 

William and Mary College. 

N. C. A. & M. College. 

Ohio Northern University. 

Purdue University. 

Syracuse University. 

Washington and Lee University- 

Randolph-Macon College. 

Georgia School of Technology. 

Delaware College. 

LTniversity of Virginia. 

University of Arkansas. 

Lehigh University. 



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OFFICERS. 



\V. J. Priestley, 

A. A. GOYTISOLO, 

R. H. Shimer, 
C. A. Baer, 
J. M. Raixe, 



President. 

Vice-President. 

Corresponding Secretary. 

Recording Secretary. 

Treasurer. 



ADVISOR^' BOARD. 



Joseph Barrell, '92, 
Henry B. Evans, '93, 



E. H. Williams, Jr., '75, 
R. C. H. Heck, '93. 



FACULTY MEMBERS. 



Henry S. Drinker, E. M., LL. D., 

W. S. Franklin, M. S., Sc. D., 

\V. EsTY, S. B., M. A., 

Jos. W. Richards, A.C, M.S., M.A., Ph.D. 

\V. S. Landis, Met. E., 

A. A. Diefenderfer, a. C, 

S. S. Seyfert, B. S., E E., 



Ho^VARD Eckfeldt, B S., E. M., 

A. E Meaker, C. E., 

R. C. H. Heck, M. E., 

E. H. Williams, Jr., B.A., E.M., A.G. 

F. G. S. A., 
A. W. Klein, M. E., 
C. E. Clewell, E. E 



134 



GRADUATE MEMBERS. 



Allen, George F., '99, 
Allgaier, William A., '94, 
Arbenz, Herman, L., '95, 
Atticks, Harry J., '9,^, 
Ayers, Hobert B., '96, 

liACHMAN, ArTHI'R G., 'o2, 

Bailey, Leox W., '99, 
Baird, Henry J. B., '97, 
Baikd, Robert L., '92, 
Ball, N. Z., 'o_^, 
Barager, G. W'., 'go, 
Barrell, Joseph, 'gj, 
Barrell, Robert W'., '87, 
Bastress, John N., '92, 
Bastress, Rollin C, '95, 
Baton, George \V., '94, 
Bayard, A. \\'., '00, 
Bayard, I'"airkax, '96, 
Beach, Harry \\\, '95, 
Beck, B., '00, 
Beck, Herbert H., '96, 
Bell, T. F., 'go, 
Benedict, Morris F., '99, 
Benson, J. F., '00, 
Becker, S. A., 'G3, 
Berg, J. D., '05, 
Binkley, William, '97, 
Bird, Robert M., '02, 
BiRNEY, Theo. W., '95, 
Bland, George P., '72, 
BlEim, Daniel W., '96, 
Blume, L. F., 'g,s, 
Borhek, Henry T., '98, 
Bowers, Charles S., '97, 
Bowers, H. L., '00, 
Boyd, William I., '93, 
BoYT, John, '()7, 
Brady, William B., '79, 
Briggs, George, '91, 
Bromer, Frank S., '96, 
Brooks, James E., '95, 
Brown, Kigene C, '95, 
Brown, Riczkai' B., '()4, 
BrcHER, Maximilian j., '96, 
Bill, Charles, '78, 
Bl'RKE, J. W., 'go, 
Burkey, H. M., '06, 
Bi-rlEy, James L., '94, 
BrTLER, Charles X., '88, 



BuviNGER, George A., '96, 
Cannon, T. F., '03, 
Carrier, C. F., '03, 
Cai'rilles, Jose F., '99, 
Carman, Charles F., '99, 
Carman, Francis J., '89, 
Carpenter, William T., '02, 
Carrington, Malcolm, '96, 
Case, Charles, M., '92, 
Case, George P., '92, 
Castellanos, C, '03, 
Chao, Emanuel, '91, 
Chapman, N., '05, 
Childs, David H., '98, 
ClErc, Frank L., '71, 
Clewell, C. E., 'o,s, 
Clift, Arthur S., '95, 
Cloke, p., '05, 
Cobb, Phillip L., '92, 
Coleman, Fred A., '92, 
Collier, W. J., '95, 
Cooke, Frank L., '96, 
CORT, J. J., '03, 
CORT, vS. J., 'g6, 
COUTANT, G. C, 'gg. 
Crane, J. H., '01, 
Crawford, W. W., '06, 
Cressman, Warren F., '93, 
Cresson, Warder, '91, 
Cunningham, Benj. A., '87, 
Curtis, C. S., '03, 
Cushing, Samuel D., '92, 
Davenport, Lewis B., '96, 
Davis, William R., '92, 
Dean, William H., '86, 
Dean, D. K., '06, 
Deiim, William A., '98, 
DeMoyer, John W., '9G, 
Dent, J. A., 'o.s, 
Dessauer, .Samuel M., '96, 
DeWitt, Phillip H., '88, 
Diefenderfer, a. a.., '02, 
Domenech, Mamuel \' , '88, 
Donaldson, F., '01, 
Downey, James N., '02, 
Drake, W. T., 'go, 
Dri'mmond, R. vS., 'g6, 
Duck, George F., '83, 
Duncan, Murray M., '80, 



DuRFFEE, Charles H., '93, 
Eavenson, Alban, '01, 
EcKFELDT, Howard, '95, 
EcKFELDT, John J., '98, 
Elden, Timothy S., '96, 
Ehlers, W. a., '01, 
EisENHART, H. W., '03, 
PvNzian, C, '01, 
Evans, Henry B., '93, 
Evans, L. W'., '03, 
Evans, M. de B., '06, 
Fehnel, Milton H., '87, 
Ferriday, Robert, '94, 
Ferris, Walter, '95, 
Fisher, Frank R., '90, 
Fisher, Fred E., '90, 
Fleming, vS. H., '05, 
Fletcher, J. W., '00, 
Flory, Curtis B., '96, 
Florv, J. H., '01, 
FoRSTALL, Alfred E., '83, 
FoRSTALL, Walton, '91, 
Franco, E., 'gi. 
Freeman, R. M., '00, 
Freudenberger, L. a., 'gi, 
Frick, J. A., '03, 
Frisby, Edgar R., '89, 
Fuller, J., '00, 
Gaston, Louis P., '88, 
Geiser, William B., '02, 
Gernet, W. D., '03, 
Gibson, John J., '95, 
GiRDLER, T. AL, 'gi. 
Glover, James B., '88, 
GoLiAN, Felix, '02, 
Goldsmith, Xath. O., '83, 
GOSSLING, T. L., 'g6, 
Grabe, J. J., '04, 
Grace, Eugene G., '99 
Grace, John W., '99, 
Graff, \\'. W., '01, 
CtRaham, C. B., '03, 
Grammek, F. Louis, '89, 
Gratz, William, '98, 
Gregg, J. H. C, '06, 
Griggs, John S., '91, 
Grissinger, Elwood a., '94, 
Griswold, Ralph S., '97, 
Gross, Robert F., '02, 



GRADUATE MEMBERS— (Continued). 



Grossart, Lewis J H., '86, 
Hagy, C. B., 'o6, 
Hall, David, '96, 
Hall, William McC, '94, 
Haller, O. J., '04, 
Hallock, Fletcher D., '94. 
Harleman, S. T., '01, 
Hartshorne, \Vm. D., '47, 
Harwi, Solomon J-, '86, 
Hatchita, M. vS., '02, 
Hausman, F. a., '01, 
Hayes, E. P., '06, 
Hazelton, Simeon C, '86, 
Heck, N. H., '04, 
Heck, Robert C. H., '93, 
Heikes, Erving a., '85, 
Heindle, William A., '01, 
Henderson, Lightner, '89. 
Hendricks, W. H., '06, 
Henshaw, Arthur W., '94, 
Herr, Harry N., '96, 
Hersh, John F., '91, 
Hess, Herbert H., '98, 
Hess, Howard D., '96, 
Hewett, Foster, '02, 
HiTTELL, John B., '87, 
HoLTz, Matthias, H., '94, 
Hopkins, Charles C, '82, 
Horn, Harold J., '98, 
Horne, George A., '99, 
Houston, Frederick K.,'90, 
Howe, Frank P., '78, 
Hudson, Clarence W., '89, 
Humphreys, J. E., '06, 
Hunt, R., '03, 
Hutchinson, A. C, '02, 
Hutchinson, R. P., '04, 
Jackson, H. L., '04, 
Jackson, William vS., '96, 
Jacoby, Henry S., '77, 
Jenkins, George A., '70, 
jEssup, A. B., '95, 
Johnson, E. M., '05, 
Jones, J. T., '05, 
Kappela, a. S., '95, 
Kavanaugh, Wm. H., '94, 
Kautz, R. C, '05, 
Keim, Warren B., '95, 
Kimball, Russel, '99, 



Kirk, R. G., '05, 
Klar, M. H., '04, 
Klein, Arthur W., '99, 
Kneas, Frank N., '98, 
Krauce, p. T., '04, 
KuLP, William V., '90, 
LaDoo, John W., '87, 
Laxdis, Walter S., '02, 
Laxnox, Louis E., '95, 
Lathrop, William A., '75, 
Lawall, Elmer H., '82, 
Lee, H. R., '06, 
Lesser, W. H., '05, 
LoESER, Charles McK., '91, 
LixDSEv, JoHx B., Jr., '98, 
Lines, Frederick F., '02, 
Linn, W. A., '04, 
Lister, Alfred E., '92, 
Little, Frederick J., '99, 
LocKETT, John., '86, 
LooMis, Arthur F., '97, 
LoTz, C. W., '06, 
MacP'arlane, W. C, '04, 
MacKnight, Owen G., '99, 
McFarland, Walter A., '88 
MCGONIGLE, C. J., '01, 
McKexzie, Chas. C. J., '01, 
McKexzie, S. T., '95, 
?.L\RSHALL, Charles D., '88, 
Martix, J. P., '00, 
Martinez, C. E., '01, 
}.L\ssoN, Raymond, '92, 
^L\URicE, George H., '93, 
Meaker, Arthur E., '75, 
Mease, J. A., '05, 
Merriman, Thaddeus, '97, 
Merrick, Frank A., '91, 
Mervine, G. S., '05, 
Millar, Edward J., '92, 
Miller, Charles H., '88, 
Miller, Charles H., '89, 
Miller, Edwin F., '83, 
Miller, Edward W., '96, 
Miller, J. ^L, '04, 
Miller, John S., '95, 
Mills, K., '06, 
MoFFETT, Charles W., '89, 
Moore, H. J., '01, 
Mora, ^L de la, '00, 



Mora, Rafael de la, '96, 
Morris, Harry T., '91, 
Morgan, Charles H., '96, 
Morgan, E. R., '03, 
Mosman, Charles T., '92, 
Mount, Frank D., '92, 
Murphy, H. M. P., '04, 
Murray, A. V., '05, 
Myers Harry K., '84, 
Myers, W. H., '03, 
Mylander, William F., '93. 
Nachod, Carl P., '97, 
Neuffeld, Julius L., '94, 
NoERR, Robert C, '97, 
Ollp, a. E., '03, 
O'Neill, Charles J., '93, 
Orth, C. L., '04, 
Orth, Henry, Jr., '92, 
Ortner, L., '00, 
Osborne, Nathaniel M., '93, 
Paddock, Howard C, '98, 
Parkhurst, Charles \\'., '93, 
Parsons, A. R., '00, 
Payne, William A , '94, 
Peale, Rembraxdt R., '83, 
Perkixs, Willi.\m C, '90, 
PoLiiEMus, Ja.mes vS., '72, 
Pollitt, W. C, '04, 
Pratt, Mason D., '87, 
Price, John B., '83, 
Prindle, Edwin J., '90, 
OuiER, Edwin A., '91, 
Randolph, R.\ymond B., '93, 
Reese, J. N., '00, 
Reinecke, W., Jr., '95, 
REist, Henry G., '86, 
Reno, H. p., '04, 
Rhodes, S. Arthur., '92, 
Rich, E. L., '95, 
Richards, Henry, '76, 
Richards, Louden W., '76, 
RiEGEL, Benjamin D., '98, 
Roberts, William F., '02, 
Rock, Miles, '69, 
Roller, Frank W., '94, 
Roper, D'Arcv, W., '98, 
Ross, J. G., '00, 
Rowe, C. E., '00, 
Royce, Woodford, '97, 



GRADUATE MEMBERS— (Continued;. 



Sachs, Daniel M., '02, 
Salisbury, vS. H., '06, 
Schmidt, F. R., '03, 
ScHMiDTz, Robert, '91, 
SCHULTZ, J. .S., '00, 
ScuDDER, Wallace, M., '73, 
Seipt, H. S., '05, 
Senior, Samuel P., '97, 
Sevfert, S. S., '04, 
Shaffer, C. A., '05, 
Shelby, Cass K., '92, 
Shenberger, G. H., '05, 
Shero, John E., '95, 
Showalter, D. N., '06, 
Smith, Augustus P., '84, 
Smith, N. G., '06, 
Smith, R. H., '05, 
Smoot, B. Roland, 
Snyder, Elmer E., 
Snyder, J. C, '04, 
Spalding, Fred P., 
Spengler, John H 
vStackhouse, Edwin S., '86, 
Starkey, L. Cheston, '98, 
Steckel, Abram p., '99, 



vStevenson, William, a. '90, Walker, Clarence, '89, 



Stilson, Horace T., '91, 
Stocker, H. R., '06, 
Stockett, Alfred W 
Stoek, Harry H., '87, 
Stouffer, C. S., '06, 
Straub, Paul B., '97, 
Surls, Joseph K., '86, 
Sykes, F'red G., '94, 
Taylor, Charles L., '76, 
Taylor, Edward E., '96, 
Taylor, Lester C, '05, 
Thome, John M., '70, 
Thomas, John A., '96, 
Troop, Augustus T., '89 



Waring, Edward H., '98, 
Warman, Frederick B., '93, 
'89, Warner, F;dwakd ()., '94, 
Warr, William, '95, 
Watson, James A., '84, 
Wendle, George E., '91, 
Weymouth, Aubrey, '94, 
White, Gilbert C, '97, 
White, Harry A., '95, 
White, W. P., '00, 
WiLKEX's, Henry A. J., 
Wilkinson, E. B., '01, 
Williams, Edvv. H., Jr. 
Williams, Frank, '87, 



'«7, 



ToMPKiNsoN, Charles C, '90, Willis, A. J., '05, 



'98, 



80, 
'86, 



Treichler, Wallace, '97, 
Trout, Phillip H., '94, 
Tucker, Richard H., '79, 
TuNSTALL, W. P., '03, 
Turner, Charles P., '89, 
Underwood, William E.,'97, 
VanClEve, Aaron T., '90, 
VanReenen, R. J., '06, 



ViEHE, John S., 



Steinmetz, Edward G., '95, Vockrodt, V. A. 

1907. 



99. 
, '06, 



Archibald, R. S., 
Carlock, J. B., 
DeBaufre, W. L., 
Dyson, H. P., 
Greenoi'gh, M. J., 
Groeninger, H. J. 
Gri^bmeyer, a. B. 
Hanst, J. F"., 



Baer, C. a., 
Bassler, H., 
Brillhart, C. H., 
Burlingame, R. a., 
ClEwell, J. H., Jr., 
Donaldson, W. M., 
DoRSEY, J. W., Jr., 
Fair, J. M., 

FiNNiE, f:. H., 



Herzog, G. K., 
HessE, a. W., 
Kennedy, F. U., 
MacMinn, R., 
Mayer, A. J., 
McIntosh, H. a. 
Moore, L. D., 
Morris, S. R., 
Myers, L. B., 

1908. 
Fulton, A. O., 
Goytisalo, a. a, 
Gurber, a., 
Jackson, H. J., 
Lakey, a. B., 
Lowengrund, a 
McElfresh, R. 1 
Miles, R. P., 

1909. 
Heller, R. 



Wilson, John M., '95, 
Wilson, David W., Jr., '96, 
Wilson, Thomas W., '94, 
WoLLE, Lewis T., '77, 
Wood, Charles O., '92, 
Wood, H.\rold L., '95, 
Wooden, Welden B., '94, 
Wright, Edw.ard A., '89, 
YoHN, Ambrose E., '97, 
Zimmerman, Harry S., '98. 



Myers, W. R., 
Porter, R. S., 
roilston, c. k., 
SCHMID, M. H., 
Smith, M. L. H., 
Smith, S. G., 
Walton, E. B., 
Wilcox, C. H. 



morsack, c, 
Xagel, F. T., 
Priestley, Wm. J , 
Raine, J. M., 

RiTTER, L. E., 

Sayford, X. H., 
Shimer, R. H., 
Stephens, H. O. 



P. 



PHI BETA KAPPA. 

Beta of Pennsylvania. 



Charles J. Goodwin, Ph. D., President, 
Albert G. Rai?, Secreiary, 



Preston A. Lambert, Vice-President^ 
Geo. R. Booth, Pjl B., Mreasurer. 



Geo. R. Booth, 
Charles J. Goodwin, 
Harvey S. Kitchell, 



THE CHAPTER. 



Albert G. Rat, 
Robert S. Taylor, 
Edward H. Williams, 



Preston A. Lambert. 



RESIDENT MEMBERS OF OTHER CHAPTERS. 



Rt. Rev. Ethelbert Talbot, D.D., 
Charles L. Thornburg, Ph. D., 
William S. Franklin, Sc. D., 
John L. Stewart, Ph. B., 



Nat. M. Emery, M. A., 
Phillip M. Palmer, A. B., 
H. R. Lee, B. S., 
John D. Irving, Ph. D., 



Robert W. Blake, M. E. 

MEMBERS. 
I87L 
W. H. McCarthy. 



1878. 
Frank P. Howe. 



I8«9. 
Thomas H. Hardcastle. 



1882. 
Charles C. Hopkins. 



1883. 
John Daniel Hoffman, 
Preston Albert Lambert, 
Rembrandt Richard PealE, 
H. Allebach Porterfield, 



1884. 
Robert Grier Cooke, 
Robert Packer Linderman 
Augustus Parker Smith, 
Lewis Buckley Semple. 



1885. 
William Harvey Cook. 



1886. 
George Rodney Booth, 
George Arthur Ruddle, 
Charles Ellsworth Clapp, 
William Patterson Taylor, 
M. Anthony DeW. Howe, Jr., 
Harry Toulmin, 



1887. 
Milton Henry Feiinel, 
Garrett B. Linderman, 
Harvey Sheafe Fisher, 
Wade Hampton Woods, 
Alfred Kramer Leuckel, 
Ch.\rles Frederick ZimmelE. 



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1888. 1889. 

Charles Lincoln Banks, Samuel Irwin Berger, 

William Lynv^illE Neill, Edgar Campbell, 

Albert George Rau, William Dollawav Farwell, 

Charles McComes \\'ilkens, Svlvanus Elmer Lambert. 

1890. 
Aaron Howell Van Cleve,. Ellis Anstett Schnabel. 

189L 
Frederick C. LAroERBURN, Ira Augustus Shimer, 

William Sidney Topping. 

1892. 
William X. R. Ashmead. 

1893. 

Walter Joseph Dech, Alfred Earnest Spiers, 

Charles Malcolm Douglas, George Stern 

1895. 
Elmer Augustus Jacoby, Fayette Avery McKenzie, 

William Allen Lambert, John Eugene Stocker, 

Robert Sayre Taylor. 

1896. 

Warren Joshi'a Bieber, Joseph Wharton Tht-rston, 

Robert Edward Laramy. 

1898. 
A. Q. Bailey, C. E. Webster, Jr. 

1900. 

NiMSON ECKERT. 

1901. 
David Bean Clark, Percy Lamar Grubb, 

Francis Donaldson, Edwin Benton Wilkinson. 

1902. 

Foster Hewett, William Frank Roberts, 

Myron Jacob Luch. 

1903. 

Arthur Simon Gilmore, Nicholas Hunter Heck, 

Elmer Clinton Pearson, Harry Earnest Jordan, 

Bodewine Bertrand Van Sickle, Alfred John Diefenderfer, 

Canby Gi-Y Lord, John Joseph Cort. 

140 



1904. 
Quiver Jacob Halli-:k, Lester Bernstein, 

Herbert Joseph Hartzog, Thomas Archie Morgan,. 

Ralph Ltcas Tally. 



W. L. EsTEs, Jr., 
S. H. Fleming, 



C. F. Gilmore, 

R. J. Van Reenen, 

N. G. Smith, 



R. L. Charles, 
R. W Kinsey, 



1905. 

Alan de Schweinitz. 
1906. 



1907. 



L. J. Freedman. 



M. H. Ktryla, 
X. X. Merriman, 



T. A. H. Mawhinney, 
F. A. Vockrodt, 
M. R. Beck. 



J. B. Carlock, 
J. F. Hanst, 




141 



THE ARCADIA. 



f^*) 



F E. Troutmax, President, 



OFFICERS. 

FIRST TERM. 

Lewis Heck, vSecrelarv and Treasurer. 



W. C. Dtncan, President, 



SECOND term. 

J. S. Baveess, Secretary and Treasurer. 



MEMBERS. 



F. E. Troutman, 
Lewis Heck, 
F. C. Anderson, 
\V. C. Duncan, 
E. R. Olcott, 
W. F. Banks, 
J. S. Bayless, 



W. L. Archer, 
C. Morsack, 
A. O. Fulton, 
C. C. Thomas, 
J. P. Lynch, 
K. Landis, 
L. F. CtAlbr.mth, 



F. \'. Bechtel. 



143 




The Cabinet. 



YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION. 



Qtp 



OFFICERS. 



J. P. LvxcH, '08, 
S. R. Young, '09, 
A. X. Van Vleck, '08, 
\V. E. McCann, '08, 
Carringtox Howard, 



President. 

Vice-President. 

Secretary. 

Treasurer. 

General Secretary. 



ADVISORY COMMITTEE. 

Prof. C. L. Thorxburg, Chairman, Dr. H. S. Drinker, '71, 

Bishop Ethelbert Talbot, Rev. H. E. Roxdthaler, 

H. E. Edmonds, '04, C. M. Daniels, '07, 

R. E. Laramy, '96, Secretary and Treasurer. 



MEMBERS. 



S. U. Mitman, Ph. D. 



Edward L. Jones, M. E. 



144 



ACTIVE MEMBERS. 
1908. 



W. L. Archer, 
C. A. Baer, 
W. F. Banks, 
C. G. liARTH, Jr.. 
J. S. BaylEss, 

F. V. Bechtel, 

G. R. Brothers, 
S. W. Brown, 

H. \V. Caldwell, 
W. F. Carson, 
J- A. Clark, Jr., 
W. C. Duncan, 
E. H. Finnie, 
J. L. Gressitt, 
L. Heck, 



A. L. Altemus, 
A. P. Bellis, 
M. A. Cadenas, 
L. R. Carrier, 
R. C. Cliver, 

C. G. COWGILL, 
T. COYLE, 

A. C. Cummins, 
S. W. Fleming, 
P. B. Fraim, 
A. S. Garrison, 
C. Gonzales, 
J. C. Heilman, 

C. H. Bechhoefer, 
G. C. Bingham, 

F. W. Bishop, 
J. E. Byerly, 

G. A. Caffall, 

W. T. Dobson, Jr., 
N. M. Downs, 
J. B. Drake, 
L. Dunning, 
R. V. Eder, 
H. S. Gay, 

L. P. GiLMORE, 

J. C. Gorman, Jr., 
J. H Graybill 



L. A. Walker. 
1909. 



1910. 



H. J. Jackson, 
X. ly. Johnson, 
A. B. Lakey, 
F. T. Leilich, 
R. E. Loper, 
J. P. Lynch, 
W. T. LytlE, 
T. M. Mackey, 

C. MORSACK, 

F. T. Nagel, 
F. M. Sayre, 
H. O. Stephens, 
C. C. Shorkley, 
S. G. Stem, 
A. N. Van Vleck, 



F. J. Lawtox, 
E. M. Mervine, 

C. W. MiTMAN, 

W. R. Morris, 

J. T. RiDGELY, 
W. H. SCHWENK, 

A. G. Small, 

G. D. F. Spiers, 
W. C. Stobaeus, 
C. J. UmblE, 

T. M. Uptegraff, 
N. Wigton, 
S. R. Young. 



G. 


R. Horner, 


H. 


F. Hiney, 


H. 


J. Kaufman, 


F. 


P. Lawrence, 


F. 


J. McClain, 


W 


. J. McCoRMICK, 


V. 


I. MONCRIEF, 


G. 


F. MurnanE, 


J. 


T. Rees, 


F 


H. Sasscer, 


C. 


A. Schwarzwaelder 


S. 


Shaffer, 


M. 


C. Smith, 


J- 


B. Stobaeus, Jr., 



U5 



R. H. Street, 
H. R. Stubbs, 
R. B. SwoPE, 
P. H. Thayer, 
L. B. Treat, 

G. Blair, 
T. R. Davies, 
W. C. Carson, 
J. R Dawson, 
H. A. Haas, 

C. J. Hellen, 

D. H. Hunter, 
H. D. Kerr, 

C. Koch, 
C. I. KuTz, 
L. C. McCoy, 
T. M. Mackey, 



F. A. Collins, 

I. O. GiBBLE, 



1911. 



R. F. Wood. 

ASSOCIATE MEMBERS. 
1908. 



1909. 
S. L. Heckinger 



H. I. Tripp 

W. C. \'an Blarcom, 

G. R. Waltz 

R. X. Williams, 

A. H. Zane. 



G. C. Matter, 
W. L. Merkel, 

B. MUNTER, 

H. F. QuiNN, 

C. W. Rauch, 

L R. P. Reese, 
H. Reimer, 
L. W. Smith, 
J. S. Stair, 
K. R. Warner, 
A. Wear, 
A. Wells, 



W. E. McCann, 
J. M. Raine. 



T. Beitzel, 
G. H. Crocker, 



E. A. Ball, 

C. R. BULLEY, 

C. L. Cespedes, 



1910. 

C, X. Shaffner 
1911. 



F. W. Halterman, 
C. W. Martin, 



A. C. Morris. 
G. E. Patterson, 

G. S. RiNEHART. 



146 




MEMBERS. 



W. M. Donaldson, 
A. p. Balston, 

E. C. SCHMERTZ, 
R. H. TORREV, 

H. Caldwell, 
R. D. Bell, 

F. R. McDonnell 

G. H. Hoi'PEN, 
E. N. Kimball, 
E. M. GorcHER, 



J. S. Barker, 
J. S. Bayless, 
K. Laxdis, 
J. G. Miller, 
E. R. Olcott, 
E. W. Feter,s 

E. MacFarlane, 
W. C. Duncan, 

F. V. Bechtel, 
F. E. Troitman. 



147 




*■ 


MEMBERS. 








1908. 




A. O. Fulton, 
F. C. Anderson, 
F. V. Bechtel, 




1909. 


H. D. Smith, 

J. J. KOMARA, 

P. B. Storey. 


L. C. Zollinger, 

f. l. gunzenhauser, 

Thomas Coyle, Jr., 


W. J. 


SCHIVEREA. 


H. O. Kent, 
\V. R. Morris 
■ A. Mandell, 



148 




Wm. GummerE, 

G. B. LiNDERMAN, 



RESIDENT MEMBERS. 



R. H. Wilbur, 
W. W. Wilbur. 



A.. P. Balston, 



R. D. Bell, 

VV. M. Donaldson, 



C. Davila, 

S. W. Fleming, Jr. 

C. Gonzalez, Jr., 



1907. 
1908. 

E. R. Olcott. 
1909. 



W. C. Duncan 



F. R. McDonnell, 
E. C. Schmertz, 



J. B. LucKiE, 
T. M. Uptegraff 

N. WiGTON. 



149 




RESIDENT MEMBERS. 

J. R. Campbell, T. M. Dodson, 

A. C. DODSOX, R- E. WlLBI-R. 



1907. 
\V. C. Drxc.\x. 

1908. 
J. S. Bayless, E. R. Olcott, 

R. D. Bell, F- R- McDoxxell, 

E. W. Peters. 

1909. 

C. GoxzALEz, Jr., *^- ^- ^^^'^^' 

C. H. Struble, ^^'^ R- ^lORRIS, 

G. W. HaIX, ^'^ WIGTOX. 

1910. 

C. A. SCHWARZWAELDER ^- STOCKTOX, 

P. H. Thayer, L. Duxxixg, 

Sayre Wells, C. S. Kexxey, 

R. STOCKTOX, H. C. MacDoxald, 

G. A. Caffall, ^^'^ ^^'^ ^lERwix. 



150 




A. P. Balston, 
J. S. Barker, 
J. S. Bayless, 
W. M. Donaldson, 



909. 



F. F. Couch, 

C. Gonzalez, Jr., 

J. H. Young, 

T. M. Uptegrakf, 



\\'. C. Duncan, 
F. R. McDonnell 
E. R. Olcott, 
E. W. Peters. 



W. T. DoBSON, Jr. 
W. R. Morris, 

N. W'IGTON, 

G. \V. Hain. 



G. H. Baker, 
L. Dunning, 
R. H. Street, 
J. C. Gorman, 



1910. 



W. \\'. Merwin, 
G. F. Mi'rnane, 
C. S. Kenney, 
vS. Wells. 



1911. 



C. R. Bi'lley, 
R. F. CuMP, 

D. Gibson, 
J. Grikfen, 

I'. H. Hofkma.x, 
D. R. LowERV, 



J. G. McCoy, 
T. M. Mackey, 
S. A. Miller, 
G. E. Patterson, 
R. S. Smith, 
H. H. Young. 



151 



The 



SCANDALOUS 
CLU&* 










% ^ 
> 




m 



-^^ 






' Nick," 



Bobby," 



Buck," 



Raffles, 



Crook," 



Hydey," 



Kyle^ , 



" JiMMIE, 



" Billy. 



152 




PENNSYLVANIA 



GOBBLER CLUB. 

Incorporated under the Laws of the 
State of Pennsylvania. 



Capital Paid in, $2,300,000. 

Percentage of Moisture, 77%- 



Charles C. Shorkley, . 
Samuel May, 
Arthur B. Lakev, 
Andrew K. Brumbaugh, 
■Charles Dorsey, 
John L. Gressitt, 



INCORPORATORS. 

President. 

Secretary. 

Treasurer. 

General Manager and Entrepreneur. 

Superintendent of Transportation. 

Engineer Maintenance of Way and Grade Reduction. 



153 




ALUMNI ASSOCIATION. 



f^i 



OFFICERS. 



H. S. Miner, Gloucester City, X J., 

L. R. Zollinger, Philadelphia, Pa., 

E. G. Grace, Bethlehem, Pa., . 

Howard Eckfeldt, South Bethlehem, Pa. 

P. A. Lambert, Bethlehem, Pa., 



President. 

Vice-President. 

Vice-President. 

Archivist. 

Secretary and Treasurer 



HONORARY ALUMNI TRUSTEES. 

John A. Jardine, Philadelphia, Pa. 

(Term expires June, igo8.) 

Frank P. Howe, Philadelphia, Pa. 

(Term expires June, 1909.) 

Thomas M. Eynon, Philadelphia, Pa. 

(Term expires June, 1910.) 

Garrett B. Linderman, South Bethlehem. Pa. 

(Term expires June, 191 1.) 



John A. J.\rdine, 

F. P. Howe, 
Thomas M. Eynon, 

G. B. Linderman, 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 
H. S. Miner, Chairman, 

L. R. Zollinger, 
Howard Eckfeldt, 
E G. Grace, 
P. A. Lambert. 

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LOCAL ALUMNI CLUBS. 

THE LEHIGH I'NIVERSITV CLUB OF NEW YORK. 
A. Parker Smith, '84, ........ President. 

Robert Grier Cooke, '84, .... First Vice-President. 

W.^LTER L. F.MRCHiLD, '90, .... Second Vice-President. 

D. A. L'sixA, '91, . . . . . . Third Vice-President. 

Edwin- J. Prindle, '90, .... Secretary -nd Treasurer. 

220 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 



THE LEHIGH CLUB OF NORTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA. 



A. B. Jessup, '95, 
Arthur Long, '89, 
A. H. Lewis, '95, 
\V. A. Lathrop, '75, j 
W. H. Dean, '86, [ 
Arthur Long, '89, ) 
Charles Enzian, '01, 



President. 

First Vice-President. 

Second Vice-President. 

Advisory Board. 

Secretary and Treasurer. 



375 South River St., Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 



THE PHILADELPHIA LEHIGH CLUB. 



R. S. Perry, '88, 
F. E. Haves, '07, 
Charles F. Gross, '00 
Wm. C. C.\rxell, '94 
C. F. C.\RMAN, '99, 
MoRiz Bernstein, '96 



President. 

First Vice-President. 

Second Vice-President. 

Trustees. 
Secretarv and Treasurer. 



4344 Germantown Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 



LEHIGH UNIVERSITY CLUB OF NEW ENGLAND. 



W. D. Hartshorne, '74, 
H. M. Daggett, '98, 
L. A. Olnev, '96, 



President. 

Vice-President. 

Secretarv and Treasurer. 



Lowell Textile School, Lowell, Mass. 



SOl'THERN LEHIGH CLUB. 



J. WiLLouGHBv Anderson, '89, 
Walter J. Douglas, '94, 
Dyer Smith, '03, 



President 

Vice-President. 

Secretarv and Treasurer. 



U. S. Patent Otricc, Wasliington, D. C. 
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CHICAGO LEHIGH CLUB. 
C L. Jenxess, ...... , President. 

W. L. Jacoby, '92, ....... Vice-President 

C. M. DenisE, '98, ...... Secretary and Treasurer 

Room 12 14, First National Bank Building, Chicago, 111. 



R. M. Dravo, '89, 
H. D. Wilson, '01, 
C. Evans, Jr., '01, 



H. T. Morris, '91, 
J. W. Richards, '86, 
H. R. Walters, '03, 
W. L. Wilson, '88, 



PITTSBURGH LEHIGH CLUB. 



President. 

Vice-President. 

Secretary and Treasurer, 



1045 S. Negley Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 



LEHIGH HOME CLUB. 



President. 

First Vice-President. 

Second Vice-President. 

vSecretary and Treasurer. 



18 .South New St., Bethlehem, Pa. 



HOUSE COMMITTEE. 

H. A. Foering, '90, R. vS. Cunningham, '03, 

J. E. Stocker, '95. 



THE NORTHERN NEW YORK LEHIGH CLUB. 

J. W. Kellogg, '84, ........ President. 

A. S. Kappella, '95, ") 



A. D. Badgley, '96, 
G. Baker, '07, ) 

E. L. Rich, '05, 



Committee. 
Secretary and Treasurer. 



132 Park Ave., Schenectady, N. Y. 



THE CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA LEHIGH CLUB. 



John W. Dougherty, '89, 
George Craig Leidy, '00, 
Wm. Jennings, ex-'94, 
N. H. Snyder, '05, 
•George R. Morrow, '00, 



Highspire, Pa. 



President. 

First Vice-President. 

Second Vice-President. 

Third Vice-President. 

Secretary and Treasurer. 



I.S6 



LEHIGH-WILLIAMSPORT CLUB. 

OFFICERS. 

C. U. Shank, '09, ........ President. 

R. N. Jaggard, '09, ...... Vice-President. 

J. H. Graybill, '10, ........ Secretary. 

R. L. Riley, '10, . . . . . . . Treasurer > 

ALUMNI MEMBERS. 

E. B. Wilkinson, '01, S. O. Lemdy, '05, 
G. G. Lord, '03, H. L. Pentz, '05, 
A. S. Gilmore, '03, C. F. GiLMORE, '06, 
G. C. Beck, '03, E. S. Adams, '06, 
J. W. Fisher, '04, W. S. Watson, '06, 
H. F. Campbell, '04, J. J. Young, '06, 
W. U. Mussina, '04, R. J. Gilmore, '07, 
R. D. Kavanaugh, '04, R. MacMinn, '07, 
W. T. MacCart, '04, M. H. Ulman, '07, 
R. L. Talley, '04, R. S. Clinger, '09. 

MEMBERS IN COLLEGE. 

F. P. Bates, '09, J. F. McClain, '10, 
R. N Jaggard, '09, R. L. Rilev, '10, 
C. U. Shank, '09, G. R. Waltz, '10, 
J. J. Young, '09. D. M. Flick, 'ii, 
C. A. Foust, 'id, J. H. Slate, 'ii, 
L. P. Gilmore, '10, L. W. Smith, 'ii, 
H. C. MacDonald.'io, T. M. Mackey, 'ii, 
J. H. Graybill, '10, P. Shay. 



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THE PHILADELPHIA NORTHEAST MANUAL 
TRAINING SCHOOL CLUB OF LEHIGH. 



HONORARY MEMBER. 

Professor John vS. Stewart 



OFFICERS. 



Warren E. McCann, 'o8, 
Harold G. Harvey, '09, 



President 
Secretary and Treasurer 



MEMBERS. 

1908. 
Wm. Franklin Carson, \Vm. Franklin Mackie, 



John A. Clarke, Jr., 



\V.\RREN Edward McCann. 



1909. 
Frederick Raymond Adelhelm, Edwin Marshall Bond. 

Harold Gabriel Harvey. 

1910. 
Carl August Woerwag. 

1911. 
Walter Cornelius Carson, Charles Koch, 

Albert K. Hohl. 



LEHIGH-WASHINGTON CLUB. 



(^t 



J. G. Mathers, 
J. C. Stoddard, . 
J. C. Archibald, 
P, W. Havenstein, 



OFFICERS. 



President. 

Vice-President. 

Secretary. 

. Treasurer. 



J G Mathers, 
R. F. McElfresh. 



P. W. Havenstein, 



J. C. Archibald, 
N. C. BURRELL, 

G. H. Crocker, 
R. F. Dyer, 



MEMBERS. 

1908 



1909 

[. C. Stoddard. 
1910. 



E. F. Petersen, 
A. N. Van Vleck. 



S. L. Heckingek, 



J. L. Farrar, 

S. KiTCHEL, 

\V. Lewis, 
A. D. Bryant. 



1911. 
C. R. White 



■59 




HONORARY MEMBERS. 
Hon. Edwin Warfield, Ex-Governor of Maryland. 
Dr. Henry S. Drinker, Prof. Wm. B. Schober, 

Prof. Wm. C. Thayer, Prof. Winter L. Wilson, 

Dr. Chas. F. Woods. 



G. Richard Roberts, 'o8, . 
Howard Orr Stephens, 'o8, 
J. Lyell Gressitt, 'o8, 



OFFICERS. 



President. 

Vice-President. 

Secretary and Treasurer. 



J. S. BaylEss, 

A. K. Brumbaugh, 

Wm. M. Donaldson, 

Chas. H. Dorsey, 

Julius Ganser, 

E. R. Goldsborough, 

C. S. Baldwin, 
E. M. Bond, 
W. W. Boyd, 



C. T. Gardner, 
J. C. Gorman, 
Frank Kennedy, 
H. L. Martenet, 



MEMBERS. 

1908. 

J. L. Gressitt, 

E. N. Kimball, 
Thompson King, 
J. H. Hills, 

F. T. Leilich, 

F. R. McDonnell, 

1909. 

A. S. Garrison, 

G. C. Hall, 

L. W. Porter, 

J. T. RiDGELY, 

1910. 
H. M. Riley, 

B. H. Waltz, 
J. S. Rowan, 
F. H. Sasscer, 



G. R. Roberts, 

E. L. Willson, 
H. O. Stephens, 

F. T. Nagle, 

J. W. Dorsey. 



E. A. Warner, 
J. S. M. Wharton, 

J. F. ZOUCK. 



Dorsey Thompson, 
S. May, 

J. L. MOSHER, 

C. L. Downs. 



LEHIGH UNIVERSITY BERKS CLUB. 



r^i 



OFFICERS. 



Paul D. Kauffman, 'o8, 
Raymond M. Wolfe, '09, 
A. CoPELAND Callen, '09, 
Parke B. Fraim, '09, 
Harry J. Kaufmann, '10, 



President. 

\'ice-Presidenl. 

Treasurer. 

Recording SecretarY. 

Corres])onding Secretary. 



P. D. Kauffman, 'u8, 
H. J. Kaufmann, '10, 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 

A. C. Callen, '09, 
EmviN U. Mill, '09, 
Alyin H. Rick, '09. 



MEMBERS. 



S. S. Seyfert, '04, 
CirARLES H. Leaman, '08, 
Paul D. Kauffman, '08, 
lU>MUNI) C. T'ettek, '08, 
Charles P. I{YKicn, 'oH, 
Hennenille K. Aiirivns, '(»), 
A. CoPELAxi) Callen, '09, 
Parke B. Fraim, '09, 
Edwin D. Mill, '09, 
Warren C. Dietrich, '09, 
William H. Phillii'im, '09, 



S. Raymond .SchealER, '09, 
Joseph K. Lachman, '09, 
Al\in II. Rick, '09, 
RA^M()NI) M. Wolfe, '09, 
IIo\y.\ri) I). (tRuber, '09, 
II.\RRv J, Kaufmann, '10, 
Jacob Bkkwit, ' 10, 
\eon i. moncrieff, '10, 
Walter C. Merkel, 'ii, 
Charles Kutz, ' i i, 
C. D. Addams, 'i I. 



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BALTIMORE POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE CLUB. 

Lehigh University Branch of Graduates Association. 

HONORARY MEMBER. 
Lieut. W.m. R. King, U. S. x\., Principal of 13. P. I. 



Edwin L. \\'illson', 'o8, 
Frank T. Leilich, 'o8, . 
Charles H. Dorsey, 'o8, 



OFFICERS. 



President. 

Vice-President. 

Secretary and Treasurer. 



MEMBERS. 



Charles H. Dorsey, 'o8, 
John W. Dorsey, Jr., 'o8, 
Frank T. Leilich, 'o8, 
Andrew K. Brumbaugh, 'og, 
Lewis W. Porter, '09, 
C. Lehman Downs, '10, 



John L. Gressitt, '08, 
John H. Hills, '08, 
Edwin L. Willson, '08, 
W. Wallace Boyd, '09, 
John T. Ridgely, '09, 
Samuel May, '10, 



John L. Mosher, '10. 



162 



BETHLEHEM PREP. SCHOOL LEHIGH CLUB. 



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Alfred P. S. Bellis, 
G.\RRETT Deforest Speirs, 
Otto Bern.^rd Niesen, 



OFFICERS. 



. President. 

Vice-President 

Secretary and Treasurer 



HONORARY MEMBERS. 



Dr. H. S. Drinker, 
Prof. P. A. L.\mbert, 
Prof. 15.\rrv MacNutT, 
W. S. L.^Nuis, 



S. A. Becker, 
PL A. Foerinc, 
¥. A. Johnson, 
T. K. Smith. 



\V. D. S.A.NDERSON, 
J. E. D.\UBENSPECK, 

H. J. Jackson, 
P. A. FrssELMAN, 



C. A. Davila, 

C. A. Gallardo, 

C. Gonzalez, 

P. W. Havenstein, 

G. D. Speirs, 

A. J. MCMURTRIE, 
E. J. BOYER, 

H. A. Reichenbach, 
W. C. Stobaei's, 
J. B. Stobaei's, 



J. H. Baighm.\n 
I''. C. Carver, 
H. J. Zane, 
S. W. Croll, 

C. R. Dunn, 
O. B. Niesen, 
H. L. Miller, 
R. Stockton, 
G. Stockton, 

D. G. Williams, 



1908. 



C. Saenz. 



1909. 



1910 



T. A. Snyder, 
A. Guerber, 
R. C. Hatter, 
]. P. Lynch, 



\V. J. DONKEL, 

A. vS. Osborne, 
R. B. Osborne, 
\V. H. Schwenk. 
F. T. Agthe, 
J. L. Dynan, 
H. H. Hasler, 
J. B. Campbell, 
J. B. Fretz, 
PL C. Lawrence. 



J. M. Sanderson, 
N. M. Downs, 
C. \V. Martin, 
G. P. Troitm.xn, 
C. A. Gross, 
J. E. HorcK, 
F. R. Kemmer, 
W. J. McCormick, 
A. H. Zane, 
C. G. Heilman, 



G. Conway. 



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1911 



C. S. Albright, 
J. J. Cannon, 
M. A. Chiriboga, 
J. P. FuiPPEN, 
A. C. Frev, 
R. F. Kratz, 
J. G. McCoy, 
E. L. Morgan, 
S. P. Peverlv, 
H. M. Simpson, 

W. J. MURDOCK, 

J. Ramirez, 

N. Lichtenwalner, 



D. Mitchell. 




D. Thompson, 
R. \V. Faust, 

G. H. RUESSNER, 

E. A. Ball, 

C. L. CespEdes, 
W. R. Churchill, 
P. S. Dickey, 

J. P. Geismer, 

D. R. LowERY, 
W. H. Mohr, 
J. H. Slate, 

J. I. Vela, 

C. H. KOCHER, 



165 




BETHLEHEM HIGH SCHOOL LEHIGH CLUB. 



Dr. H. vS. Drinker, 
supt. f. w. robbins, 



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HONORARY MEMBERS. 



[. E. vStocker. 



Prof. W. L. Wilson, 
SupT. R. E. Laramy, 



Arthur H. Hafner, 'o8, 
Samuel P. Hess, 'io, 
Howard F. Dech, '09, 
Wm. J. RoBBiNs, '10, 
WiLBiRT R. Walters, '09 



OFFICERS. 

President. 

Vice-President. 

ffSecretary. 

||Treasurer. 

. Mem])er-at-Large Executive Committee. 



MEMBERS. 



A. H. Hafxer, '08, 
H. F. Dech, '09, 
R. J. Desh, '09, 
W. R. Walters, '09, 

C. E. BiLHElMER, '10, 
S. P. Hess, 'id, 
S. O. SOLT, '10, 
C. Walters, 'ii, 
R. Kempsmith, 'ii, 
P. Snyder, 'ii, 
E. Williamson, 



A. H. DuRNs, '09, 
R. P. Heller, '09, 
A. M. Padgett, '09, 
W. A. Smith, '09, 
W. F. Lantz, '10, 
R. P. More, '10, 
W. J. RoBBiNs, ' 10, 
A. Laub, 'i I, 
M. KreidlER, 'i I, 
A. Wear, 'i i, 
D. Brown. 



166 




LEHIGH-MERCERSBURG CLUB. 



Organized April 14, 1907. 
OFFICERS. 



J. J. KOMARA, '08, 

F. E. Tro.utman, '08, 
A. M. Padgett, '09, . 



President. 

Vice-President. 

Secretary and Treasurer. 



F. C. Anderson, 
P. N. Fridy, 

A. M. Padgett, 

C. B. DiGBY, 

M. L. Jacobs, 



E. f. Baumgartner, 
J. C. Fitziiarris, 



MEMBERS. 

1908. 
E. M. GoucHER, K. Landis, 

J. J. KoMARA, W. p. Morrison, 

1909. 
J. J. Shultz, 

1910. 
C. S. Kennedy, 

C. G. KUHNS, 

B. G. Shotton. 

1911. 
G. F. Hartman, 
F. V. Kesselman, 
R. F. Wood. 



\V. Pope, 

F\ F". Troutman 



H. L. Watson. 



H. D. Kynor, 
E. G. Rogers, 



R. WiTMAN, 

G. R. Wood, 



16: 



NEW JERSEY LEHIGH CLUB. 



John P. Lynch, 'o8, 
Alfred P. S. Bellis, '09, 
James G. Shaw, '09, 
John B. Stobaeus, Jr., '09, 



OFFICERS. 



President. 
Vice-President. 

Secretary. 
Treasurer. 



L. V. Bechtel, 
N. L. Johnson, 
N. H. Sayford, 



ACTIVE MEMBERS. 
1908. 



C. B. Langstroth, 
J. P. Lynch, 
C. R. Olcott 



1909. 



F. R. Aleck. 
A. P. Bellis, 
R. C. Oliver, 
I. R. Coffin, 

C. S. COWGILL, 

R. D. T. DowLiNG, 

C. \. HOPI'OCK, 



H. O. Kent, 

H. H. Ketcham, 

J. G. Shaw, 

W. C. Stobaeus, 

J. B. Stobaeus, Jr. 

L. P. Struble, 

H. A. Wintermute. 



1910. 



H. J. Bertschv, 
J. Butler, 
C. G. Harwig, 
A. K. Hunt, 
F. P. Lawrence, 
R B. Matthews, 



S. E. Page, 
C. B. Pearsall, 
C. H. Poole, 
R. H. Richards, 
F. M. Sayford, 
R. M. Roper. 



E. F. Baumgartner, 
J. L. Becker, 
R. C. DeXyse, 
W. E. Fairhurst, 
R.W .Faus-1, 



191! 



J. H. Throm. 



H. H. FiTHIAN, 

L. Hoffman, 
G. C Matter, 
C. L. Rittenhouse, 
H. M. Simpson, 



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OFFICERS. 



Agustin a. Goytisolo, 
Edurado Beato, 
Carlos Gonzalez, JR-. 
Camilo Saenz, 
Jose Lores, 



President. 
Vice-President. 
Secretary, 
Treasurer. 
Librarian. 



MEMBERS. 
1908. 



Eduardo Beato, 
Juan R. Geno, 
Agustin A. Goytisolo, 



Ernesto Sanchez. 



Jose Lores, 
Eduardo Nunes, 
Camilo Saenz, 



Manuel CadEnas, 
Carlos A. Davila, 



1909. 



Rogue J. Bolla. 



Carlos Gallardo 
Carlos Gonzalez, 



Jose Olivera, 



Carlos Lopez Cespedes, 
Miguel A. Chiriboga, 
Andres Gomez, 



1910. 



1911, 



Pedro Lopez. 



Daniel Horcasitas, 
Rogue G. Munoz, 
Jose I. Vela. 



SCRANTON-LEHIGH CLUB. 



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OFFICERS. 



Otto Bernard Niesen, 'io, 
Louis Mvre Stamilman, 'o8, 
G. Herbert Bingham, 'id, 
Roy Neath Williams, 'io. 



President. 

Vice-President. 

Secretary 

Treasurer. 



HONORARY MEMBERS. 
Dr. Henry Sturgis Drinker, '71, Arthur Edgar, '05. 



ACTIVE MEMBERS. 

1908. 

Louis Myer Stamilman, Burton Gilbert Morss, 



Robert Nicholas Miller. 



1909. 



Frederick F. Couch, 



James Joseph Devine. 



1910. 



William Wolfe Broadbent, 

Bruce G. Shotton, 

HoLDEN Ira Tripp, 

Warren Corbin Van Bl.'\rcom, 



Roy Neath Williams, 
Chester Hager Rhodes,^ 
Otto Bernard Niesen, 
G. Herbert Bingham. 



Harry Stevens, 
Roy Whitman, 



1911. 



W. L. Giles. 



Frederick Ferber, 
Harry Dunstan, 



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LEHIGH-HARRISBURG CLUB. 



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OFFICERS. 



-C. A. Baer, 'o8, . 

S. \V. Fleming, Jr., '09, 

C. B. Bishop, '09, 

L. Heck, '08, 

R. B. SwoPE, '10, 



President. 

Vice-President. 

Treasurer. 

Corresponding Secretary. 

Recording Secretary 



C. A. Baer, 



MEMBERS. 
1908. 

L. Heck. 



W. F. Banks, 



C. B. Bishop, 



H. A. Floyd, 
R. E. Rickert, 
R. B. Swope, 



1909. 



S. W. Fleming, Jr. 



1910. 



S. Shaffer. 



L. C. Zollinger, 



T. O. Beitzel, 
I. L. Miller, 
J. R. Hall, 



T Pokfenberger, 



1911 



A. Spooner. 



172 



THE 1909 EPITOME. 

The College Annual published by the Junior Class 
of Lehigh University. 



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WiLBTRT R. Walters, 



EJito) -ill-Chief . 



Pennsylvania. 



CuvDE U. Sh.^nk, 



.4 s\iifaut Editor-in-Chief. 



Pennsvlvania. 



Alfred P. vS. Bellis, 



B u f i)i e ^s Ma n a qer. 



New Jersey. 



Lester R. Carrier, 



Assistani Businas Manager. 



New York. 



Frederick R. Adelhelm, 



.\rt Editor. 



Pennsvlvania. 



Associate Editors. 



Charles F. Keife, 
Raymond C. Cliver, 
William C. Stobaet 
Nutting Wigton, 
William G. Moore, 



Massachusetts. 

New Jersey. 

New Jersey. 
Pennsylvania. 
Rhode Island. 



174 




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THE BROWN AND WHITE. 

Issued twice a week during the College Year by the Students 
of Lehigh University. 



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Lewis Heck, 'o8, 
C. U. Shank, '09, 
J. S. Bayless, '08, 



Editor-in-Chief. 

Assistant Editor-in-Chief. 

Business Manager. 



ASSOCIATE EDITORS 



F. A. CoivLINS, '08, 

G. R. Brothers, '08, 
W. R. Walters, '09, 
J. J. ScHULTz, '09, 

S. P. Hess, '10, 

J. H. Graybill, '10, 



G. H. FiNNiE, '08, 
G. W. Hain, '09, 
L. R. Carrier, '09, 
F. H. Sasscer, ' 10, 
L. P. GiLMORE, ' 10, 
L. B. Treat, ' 10. 



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THE LEHIGH BURR. 

Published monthly during the College Year by Students 
of Lehigh University. 



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R. D. Bell, . 
T. King, . 

N. WiGTON, 

G. F. MURNANE, 



Editor-in-Chief. 

Assistant Editor. 

Business Manager. 

Assistant Manaarer. 



ASSOCIATE EDITORS. 



N. CUNNINGH.\M, 

F. J. Deemer, 



Franklin Ford. 



A. K. Brumbaugh, 

B. Waltz, 



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LEHIGH UNIVERSITY PRESS CLUB. 



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S. R. Young, '09, 
A. C. Callen, '09, 
A. M. Padgett, '09, . 

S. K. ESHLEMAN, Jr., '08, 



OFFICERS. 



President. 

Vice-President. 

Secretary. 

Treasurer. 





MEMBERS. 




» 




1908. 




G. R. Brothers, 






F. A. Collins, 


L. Heck, 






C. H. Leaman, 




E. 


H. FiNNiE. 
1909. 




S. L. Heckinger, 






W. R. Morris, 


E. M. Spry, 






J. S. M. Wharton, 


J. J. Shultz, 






A. W. Trembley, 


W. J. SOMMERS, 






W. R. Walters, 


C. U. Shank, 






H. G. Harvey, 




C 


. F. KiEFE. 
1910. 




L. P. GiLMORE, 






G. H. Bingham, 


W. J. ROBBINS, 






C. H. Rhodes, 


A. R. Shaw, 






L. B. Treat, 


S. P. Hess. 




1911. 


D. M. Little. 


H. M. Simpson, 






R. Bratten, 




\V. 


L. MerkEl. 





THE CIVIL ENGINEERING SOCIETY. 



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OFFICERS. 



Edmund F. Petersen, 'o8, 
Winter L. Wilson, C. E., M. S., 
Rudolph Warnke, 
William G. Moore, 
"Jim" Meyers, 



President 

Adviser, 

Secretary. 

Treasurer 

Chef 



MEMBERS. 

Professor Mansfield Merrimax, C. E., Ph. D. 

IN THE FACULTY. 

Professor Frank P. McKibben, S. H., 

Professor Winter L. Wilson, C E., M. S., 
L. D. CoNKLiN, C. E., L. E. Conrad, C. E., 

S. A. Becker, C. E., A. J. Willis, C. E. 



UNDERGRADUATE MEMBERS. 
1908. 



F. C. Anderson, 

W. L. Archer, 

H. F. Bachma.n, 

W. F. Banks, 

E. Beato, 

W. C. Brennan, 

F". Cannon, 

W. F. Carson, 

C. S. Dandois, 

J. I{. Daubenspeck, 

C. H. DoRSEv, 

C. P. EVRICH, 

J. ^L Fair, 

P. .\. F'kiuv, 

J. H. (talliher, 

J. R. Gexo, 

I. (j. CtIbble, 

j. L. C.ressit, 

K. R. CTC)LiJSB;)Ror(;ii, 

E. ^L GorcHER. 



S. W. Hill 
H. J. Jackson, 
P. D. Kauffman, 
W. F. Mackie, 
W. P. Morrison, 
J. G. Mathers 
R. P. Miles, 
E. A. Nunez 
E. F. Petersen 
J. R. Prizer 
G. R. Roberts, 
N. H. Sayford, 
H. D. Smith, 
X. W. H. vSchafer, 
A. J. vSpaeth, 
L. .M. Stamilman, 
C. C. Thomas, 
A. X. \'an \'leck, 
L. .A. Walker, 
R. ¥. Warxke. 



J 83 



1909. 



F. R. Adelhelm, 

F. R. Aleck, 
A. L. Altemus, 
M. A. CadEnas, 

J. R. CORBIN, 

G. H. Davett, 
W. Dey, 

W. C. Dietrich, 

J. B. Drake, 

H. K. Ellis, 

W. H. Ellis, 

C. Gonzalez, 

L. C. D. Greexough, 

P. \V. Havensteix. 

S. L. Heckixger, 

C. F. Keife, 



G. 


H. 


Baker, 


C. 


H. 


Bechhoefer, 


F. 


W 


. Bishop, 


R. 


J. 


Bl-TZ, 


G. 


A. 


C\FFALL, 


R. 


V. 


Eder, 


C. 


A. 


Gallardo, 


J- 


R. 


Hall, 


J- 


R. 


Jahxe, 


J- 


L. 


Jewell, 


c. 


S. 


Kexxev, 


F. 


P. 


Lawrexce, 


L. 


A. 


Levax, 


R 


. B 


. Mathews, 


I. 


L. 


Miller, 



J. F ZOUCK. 

1910. 



F. T. Lawtox, 
L. McExtire, 
A. J. McMlrtrie, 
\V. G. Moore, 
A. M. Padgett, 
W. H. Philliphi, 
L. W. Porter, 
J. T. Ridgely, 
J. J. Shultz, 
L. P. Struble, 
C. G. Thorxburg, 

C. H. VOGT, 

R. A. Wahl, 
R. M. Wolfe, 
S. R. Young, 
L. C. Zollinger, 



G. 


F. Murxane, 


S. 


E. Page, 


c. 


H. Poole, 


R. 


E. Rickert, 


F. 


M. Sayford, 


C. 


N. SCHAFFNER, 


R. 


D. Strauch, 


R. 


K. Stritzixger, 


H. 


R. Stubbs, 


W 


. E. Sturgis, 


H. 


, I. Tripp. 


W 


C. Vax Blarcom, 


B. 


H. Waltz, 


G. 


R. Waltz, 


R 


, X. Williams, 



H. J. Zaxe. 



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MECHANICAL ENGINEERING SOCIETY. 



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William J. Priestley, 'o8, 
Warren E. McCann, 'o8, 
Arthur B. Lakey, 'o8, . 
Charles C. Behxey, 'o8, 



OFFICERS. 



President, 

Vice-President, 

Secretary. 

Treasurer. 



J. F. Klein, D. E., 
E. L. Jones, M. E., 



HONORARY MEMBERS. 



A. W. Klein, M. E., 
R. C. H, Heck, M. E. 



C. C. Behney, 

A. G. BURCHSTED, 

F. A. Collins, 
J. Donegan, 
r. m. eckert, 
E. C. Fetter, 
E. H. FiNNiE, 

P. A. FUSSELMAN, 



UNDERGRADUATE MEMBERS. 
1908. 

A. H. Hafner, 
J. H. Hills, 
R. L. James, 
A. B. Lakey, 
C. B. Langstroth 
W. E. McCann 
T. Xagel, 



W. J. Priestley, 
C. Saenz, 
F. M. Sayre, 
R. B. Shimer, 
T. Snyder, 
F. E- Troutman, 
W. H. Walters 
R. H. Warren. 



A. P. S. Bellis, 
W. B. Dayies, 
R. J Desk, 
E. M. Meryine, 
E. D. Mill, 
A. G. Small, 

W. J. SOMMERS, 



1909 

C. J. UmblE, 

J. S. M. Wharton, 

W. H. Schwenck, 

R. L Klar, 

A. S. Osbovrne, 

R. B. Osbourne, 

G. E. Betts, 

W. W. Boyd, 



E. G. BOYER, 

F. F. Couch, 

R. D. T. DowLiNG, 
R. D. KoPLiN, 
A. Mandell, 
J. R. Pillow, 
L. P. Struble. 



C. E. BiLHElMER, 

G. H. Crocker, 
R. F. Dyer, 
H. C. Ger\vig, 

M. GOEDECKE, 

C. A. Gosztonji, 



1910. 
S. P. Hess, 
H. L. Miller 

O. B. NiESEN, 

C. Peter, 

W. G. vSchall, 



S. Shaffer, 
H. M. Serfass, 

B. Shotton, 

D. G. Williams, 

C. A. W0ER^YAG, 
\'. I. MONCRIEFF. 



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ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING SOCIETY. 



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William Esty, S. B. 
H. O. Stephens, 

E. L. WiLLSON, 

J. A. Clarke, Jr., 
R. E. LoPER, 



OFFICERS. 



M. A., 



Adviser* 
President- 
Vice-President- 
Secretary. 
Treasurer. 



IN THE FACULTY. 



Prof. \Vm. S. Franklin, M. S., Sc. D., 
S. S. Seyfert, E. E., 
J. H. Wiley, E. E., 

Stebeus. 



Prof. \Vm. Esty, S. B., M. A., 
C. E. ClEwell, E. E., 
E. S. Foster, E. E. 
Bezius. 



C. A. Baer, 
G. O. Bason, 
F. V. Bechtel, 
A. K. Brumb.augh, 
C. H. Brillhart, 
J. A. Clarke, Jr., 



UNDERGRADUATE MEMBERS. 
1908. 
S. K. EsHLEMAN, Jr., T. King, 



H. Landis, 
L. F. Galbraith, 
W. H. Geiger, 
A. A. Goytisolo, 
G. H. HoppiN, 



S. B. Koch, 
F. J. Kraemer, 
F. T. Leilich, 
R. E. LoPER, 

A. J. LOWENGRUND, 



L. E. RiTTER, 
E. E. Ross, 
H. O. Stephens, 
H. G. Wascher, 
E. L. Wilson. 



1909. 

S. R. ScHEALER, A. H. DuRNS, H. D. Gruber, J. B. Campbell, 

A. H. Rick, H. G. Harvey, F. J. Furman, J. B. Fretz, 

H. H. Ketcham, H. C. Lawrence, A. S. Garrison, R. P. Heller, 

E. A. Warner, Jr., A. W. Tremblev, A. P. Sill H. G. Toone, 

C. A. HoppocK, J. L. Hays, C. Bishop, C. M. Eckert, 

H. a. Wixtermute, J. G. Shaw, R. F. Turner, F. L. Toy, 

R. B. Schexck. 



1910. 



J. Anderson, J. S. Bverlv, 

G. F. R. Bahnson, G. E. Carver, 



T. O. Bertzel, 
P. C. Berkley, 
H. J. Bertschy, 
H. F. Bl.\nch.\rd, 
J. Bright, 
\\". \V. Broadbext, 
R. E. Brown, 



E. J. Dailev, 
L. Dunning, 
J. L. Farrar, 
C. A. Foist, 
H. M. Fry, 
J. H. Graybill, 
C. A. Gross, 



F. W. Haltermax, D. M. Petty, 



C. G. Harwig, 
J. E. Houck, 
P. K. Johxso.x, 
C. B. Lawson, 
I L. Lay, 
W. Lewis, 
W. J. McCormick, 
A. D. Neal, 



H. M. Riley, 
J. S. Row.\n, 
W. X. Rover, 
A. J. Standing, 
J. J. Sullivan, 
R. B. SwoPE, 
H. R. Jacob, 
F". R. Kemmer. 



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THE MINING AND GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY. 



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Noel Cunningham, 
William LytlE, 
F. J. DeEmer, Jr., 
W. Reed Morris, 



OFFICERS. 



President. 
Vice-President. 
Secretary- 
Treasurer, 



HONORARY MEMBERS. 



Dr. H. S. Drinker, 
Prof. H. Eckfeldt, 



Prof. Benj. F. Miller. 



Mr. Daniels, 
Mr. Ingalsbe, 



H. F. Hanst, '07, 
W. R. Meyers, '07, 
H. P. Dyson, '07, 
G. W. Hesse, '07, 



GRADUATE MEMBERS. 



J. B. Moore, '07, 
A. C. Ramsey, '07, 
G. K. Reel, '07, 
J. B. Carlock, '07. 



Noel Cunningham, 
F. J. Deemer, 
L. W. Janeway, 
W. T. LytlE, 
F. J. Perley, 
P. H. Bishop, 
W. H. Grimbell, 



ACTIVE MEMBERS. 

1908. 



F. J. Dent, 

\V. C. DCNCAN, 

J. J. KOMARA, 
C. MORSACK, 

J. M. Raine, 
WORDEN Pope, 
C. C. Shorkley, 



T. H. Westerbeke. 



1909. 



B. K. Abrens, 
A. C. CallEn, 
G. \V. Hain, 
J. C. Heilman, 
W. R. Morris, 
]. C. Stoddard, 
J. K. Tachman, 
F. T. Agthe, 



E. M. Bond, 

J. R. N. CORBIN, 

H. H. HasslER, 
J. B. LrcKiE, 
J. G. Shaw, 

N. WiGTON, 

W. A. Maeder, 
J. T. Dynan, 



T. M. Uptegraff. 



910. 



\V. F. Price, 

J. L. MOSHER, 
C. H. BENDER, 
C. W. MiTMAN, 

\V. E. Henry, 
E. G. Rogers, 

J. T. Reese, 
H. D. Kynor, 



J. H. Pierce, 

F. \V. Jacoby, 
C. Shoemaker, 
S. B. BowEN, 
W. A. Staab, 

G. Conway, 
N. M. Downs, 

H. A. Reichenbach, 



F. C. Carver. 



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ARTS AND SCIENCE CLUB. 



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OFFICERS. 



\V. D. Sanderson, 'o8, 
G. R. Brothers, 'o8, 
C. \V. MiTMAN, '09, 
L. F. Hess, '09, 
E. E. Reinke, '08, 



. President. 

Vice-President. 

Secretary. 

Treasurer. 

Member-at-Large Executive Committee. 



HONORARY MEMBERS. 



H. S. Drinker, E. M., LL. D., 
\V. C. Thayer, M. A., L. H. u 
J. L. Stewart, A. B., Ph B., 
R. W. Blake, A. B., A M., 
C. J. Goodwin, Ph. D., 
\V. S. Franklin, M. S., Sc. D., 
C. S. Fox, A. M., LL. B., Ph. D 



F. P. McKiBBEN, S. B. 



C. F. Woods, Ph. D., 

R. \V. H.ALL, A. M., Ph. D., 

P. M. Palmer, A. B., 

P. L. Hughes, A. B., Ph. D., 

N. M. Emery, M. A., 

C. K. Meschter, B. vSc, M. a. 

^L J. LucH, M. A., Ph. D., 



GRADUATE MEMBERS. 



T. H. Mawhinnev, a. B. 
R. J. GiLMORE, A. B., 



J. B. Reynolds, A. B., 
R. L. Charles, A. B. 



R. D. Bell, 

G. R. Brothers, 

L. Heck, 

R. X Miller, 



ACTIVE MEMBERS. 
1908. 



T. F. KoTz, 
S. G. Stem, 
E. E. Reinke, 
\V. D. Sanderson. 



J. J. Devine, 
C. W. Mitman, 
L. F. Hess, 



1909. 



C. B. Sauber, 
F. C. Flory, 
\V. R. Walters. 



G. H. Bingham, 
L. P. Gilmore, 



1910. 

J. O. Knauss. 
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R. P. More, 

W. y. ROBBINS, 



CHEMICAL SOCIETY. 



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Harry M. Ulmann, A. B. 
Arnold Guerber, 'o8, 
Fred p. Bates, '09, 
Henry E. Maddock, '09, 
Thomas Coyle, Jr., '09, 



OFFICERS. 



Pii. D., 



Adviser. 

President. 

Vice-President. 

Secretary. 

Treasurer. 



IN THE FACULTY. 

Pres. H. S. Drinker, E. M., LL. D., 

Prof. William B. Shober, Ph. D., 

Assistant Prof. H. M. Ulmann, A. B., Ph. D., 
V. S. Babasinian, Ph. D., A. Edgar, A. C, 

A. A. Diefenderfer, a. C, D. J. McAdam, Jr., A. B., A. M., M. S., 

G. C. Beck, A. C, W. N. Berkley, Ph. D., B. S., 

F. S. Beattie, Ph. B. 



UNDERGRADUATE MEMBERS, 

1908. 

J. J. Boyle, J. H. Clewell, 

A. Guerber, J. Ganser, 

R. C. Hatter, J. P. Lynch, 

S. Strauss, \V. A. Ernest. 



L. R. Carrier, 
T. Coyle, Jr., 
H. N. KiEFE, 
W. A. Smith, 
J. B. Stobaeus, 
F. L. Gunzenhauser, 
H. O. Kent, 
I- D. Schneller, 

H. G. Eynon, 

F. C. GiLLIGAN, 

W. F. Lautz, 
H. C. MacDonald, 
E. B. Shimer, 
M. C. Smith, 
A. H. Zane, 



1909. 



1910. 



R. C. Cliver, 
F. P. Bates, 
E. J. Ochs, 
W. C. Stobaeus, 

W. J. GiLLIGAN, 

W. G. Frome, 
H. E. Maddock, 
H. F. Deck. 



C. T. Gardner, 
C. G. Heilman, 
J. F. McClain, 
J. M. Sanderson, 
F. M. Skidgell, 
P. H. Thayer, 
C. C. Young. 



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TAYLOR HALL DORMITORY. 

Section A. 
G. Richard Roberts, 'o8, Chairman. 



Charles C. Behney, 
Charles vS. Dandois, 
Howard J. Jacksox, 
John P. Lynch, 
Roy p. Miles, 



Clarence B. Bishop, 
Alfred vS. Garrison, 



1908 



G. Richard Roberts, 
Howard O. Stephens, 
Carroll C. Thomas, 
Albion N. Van Vleck, 
Lloyd A. Walker, 



Rudolph F. Warxke. 



1909. 



Henry N. Keife. 



William J. Gilligan, 
Charles F. Keife, 



1910. 



George Conway, 
Frank C. Gilligan, 
Pai'l K. Johnson, 
Willi a:m J. McCormick, 



Henry M. Riley, 
William N. Rorer, 
John S. Rowan, 
George B. Troutman. 



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TAYLOR HALL DORMITORY. 

Section B. 

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Arthi'r B. Lakey, 'o8. Chairman. 

1907. 
Ralph P. Gilmore. 



James S. Bayless, 
George R. Brothers, 



1908. 



Arthir B. Lakey, 
Charles C. Shorkley. 



George E. Betts, 
Andrew K. Brumbaugh, 
William Dey, 
Harold G. Harvey, 



1909. 



Sidney L. Heckinger, 
Robert L. Klar, 
James G. Shaw, 
Jacob F. Zouck. 



1910. 



Carl H. Bechhoefer, 
John S. Bverly, 
Lehman J. Gilmore, 
Ilum L. Lay, 
William Lewis, 
Samuel May, 



Otto B. Niesen, 
Raymond L. Riley, 
Charles N-. Shaffner, 
Earle C. Smith, 
Allen H. Zane, 
Hysler J. Zane, Jr. 



John N. I^ley, 



i9n. 



Franklin Ford. 



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TAYLOR HALL DORMITORY. 

Section C. 
Parke B. Fraim, '09, Cluiiriiuin. 



Louis Antonsanti, 
Francis J. Deemer, Jr., 



1908. 



Woroen Pope, 
William H. Walters. 



909. 



William W. Boyd, 
A. CoPELAND CallEn, 
Parke B. Fraim, 
J. Bernard Fretz, 
Ernest M. Mervine, 



Alfred vS. Osbourne, 
Richard B. Osbourne, 
Jesse C. Stoddard, 
Louis P. Struble, 
Carl H. \'ogt. 



George H. Crocker, 
C. Lehman Downs, 



1910. 



Harry S. Gay, 
George R. Horner. 



19n. 



Maurice Good, 
Harry A. Haas, 
Lloyd Hoffman, 
Lawrence C. Kwong, 
Clifford F. Lincoln, 



James W. Tremlett, 
Frank F. Trotter, 
Clifford R. Whyte, 
Leon Wittgenstein, 

NiE OUANG Wu. 



TAYLOR HALL DORMITORY. 

Section D. 



Alexander J. McMurtrie, '09, Chairman. 
1908. 



Paris N. Fridy, 
Tobias C. Harr, 



Paul D. Kauffman, 
John G. Mathers, 



Walter P. Morrison. 



1909. 



Fred p. Bates, 
Edwin M. Bond, 
J. Benjamin Campbell, 
James R. N. Corbin, 
Percy W. Havenstein, 
Frederick T. Lawton, 



Henry E. Maddock, 
Alexander J. McMurtrie, 
William G. Moore, 
Walter J. Sommers, 
Arthur W. Trembley, 
John S. Wharton. 



John C. Archibald, 
Harold G. Eynon, 
Homer C. Gerwig, 



1910. 



Geor(;e R. Waltz. 



John L. Mosher, 
W^illiam Z. Price, 
Robert E. Rickert, 



191L 



Edgar F. Baumgartner, 
Carlos L. Cespedes, 
Saml^el D. Gladding, 



Charles Koch, 

James C. Poffenberger, 

vSamuel C. Wagner. 



203 



TAYLOR HALL DORMITORY. 

Section E. 
Warren Edward McCann, 'o8, Chairman. 



1908. 



Charles Harrison DorsEy, 
John Worthington Dorsey, 
Paul Auvin FussElman, 
Richard Lynex James, 



Frank Thurman Leilich, 
Alfred Jacob Lowengrund, 
Warren Edward McCann, 
Lloyd Ell wood Ritter, 



Edwin Lawrence Willson. 



Fulton Russel Aleck, 
GiFFORD Childs Bakewell, 
Raymond Clifford Cliver, 



1909. 



Clarence Simmons Cowgill, 
Joseph Clifton Heilman, 
Henry Hendricks Ketcham, 



Albert Daly Bryant, 
Robert Francis Dyer, 



1910. 



Wilbur Edwin Henry, 
Lloyd Burton Treat. 



George Blair, 

Frank vSpalding Borden, 



1911 



George Corbett Craver> 
Thomas Nicholson, 



John Hampton Slate. 



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JUNE HOP. 

Lehigh University Gymnasium, 
June 10, 1907. 



W. F. Hanks, 
J. S. Barker, 
F. V. Bechtel, 
H. D. Smith, 



COMMITTEE. 
A. Oram Fulton, Chairman, 



E. H. F'lNNIE, 

R. L. James, 

E. D. Johnstone, 

G. R. Roberts. 



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FOUNDER'S DAY HOP. 

Lehigh University Gymnasium, 
October 10, 1907. 



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COMMITTEE 

C. C. Thomas, Chairman, 



J. S. Bayless, 'o8, 
W. J. Priestly, 'o8, 
H. P. Smith, 'o8, 
W. G. Frome, '09, 
C. S. Kenney, '10, 



F. T. NagEl, '08, 
\V. L. Archer, '08, 
H. N. Keife, '09, 
T. CoYLE, '09, 
D. LOWRY, 'ii. 



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JUNIOR PROM. 



May, 1908. 



COMMITTEE. 
C L. Aman, Chairman, 



R. B. Serfass, 
R. N. Jaggard, 

J. R. N. CORBIX, 



S. R. Young. 
H. G. Harvey, 
F. P. Bates. 




SOPHOMORE COTILLION 
CLUB. 



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OFFICERS. 



(j. F. MURNANE, 

H. R. Phillips, 
R. H. Street, 
G. A. Caffal, 

N. J. EWING, 



C. S. Kenney, 
G. Stockton, 
R. Stockton, 
R. H. Street, 
H. F. Blanchard, 
W. \V. Merwin, 
A. D. Neal, 
H. R. Phillips, 
P. Thayer, 
G. A. Caffal, 
L. Dinning, 
G. R. Waltz, 
G. F. Murnane, 
F. H. Sasscer, 
R. L. Riley, 
H. H. Davis, 



President. 

First Vice-President. 

Second Vice-President. 

Secretary. 

Treasurer. 



MEMBERS. 

C. B. Lawson, 
F. L. DoDDS, 

F. M. Hartley, 
H. D. Kynor, 

C. A. Gross, 
H. C. McDonald, 
J. C. Gorman, Jr., 

D. Thompson, 

G. H. Baker, 
S. Welles, 
P. M. Lopez, 
C. W. Martin, 
Stanley Kitchell, 
N. J. EwiNG, 
C. A. Schwarzwaelder, 
F. P. Lawrence. 




CLASS OF 1908. 

Sun Inn, Bethlehem. 
March 5, 1908. 



TOASTS. 
C. C. Thomas, Toastmaster. 



' 1908," 

'The World Before Us," 

'Sixth Ward," . 

'College Life," 

'Athletics," 

'Our Benedicts," 



Lewis Heck 

W. E. McCann. 

F. E. Troutman 

W. C. Brennan, 

E. R. Olcott, 

H. D. Smith 



H. J. Jackson, 
F. C. Anderson, 



COMMITTEE. 
C. MoRSACK, Chairman, 

F. M. Sayre. 



F. J. Kraemer, 
T. A. Snyder, 



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CLASS OF 1909. 

Wyandotte Hotel, South Bethlehem. 
March 20, 1908. 



'Athletics," 
'The Class," 
'Lehigh," 
'Dormitory Life," 
'The Ladies," 



TOASTS. 

H. N. Keife, Toastmaster. 



G. D. Spiers. 
L. R. Carrier. 

vS. R. Young. 
A. K. Brumbaugh. 
J. S. M. Wharton. 



COMMITTEE. 
W. C. StobaEus, Chairman, 
A. C. Callen, H. O. Kent, 

R. D. T. Bowling, T. M. Uptegraff, 

S. L. Hechinger, E. a. Warner. 



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CLASS OF 1910. 



Wyandotte Hotel, South Bethlehem. 








March, 1908. 








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TOASTS. 








O. B. NiESEN, Toastmaster. 








The Class," . ..... 






F. M. Sayford. 


Athletics," ...... 






J. C. Gorman. Jr. 


Eggs," ........ 






F. W. Bishop. 


Lehigh's Future," ... 


. 




C. S. KennEy. 


Hash," ........ 






H. M. Riley. 


Dialogue," .... 






R. M. Roper. 


COMMITTEE. 








C. B, Lawson, Chairman, 








G. F. Murnane, J- 


H. 


Smith, Jr., 


R. K. v't'TRlTZINGER, W 


. C. 


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AN BlARCOM, 


J. S. Rowan. 









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CLASS OF 1911. 

Wyandotte Hotel, South Bethlehem. 
March. 1908. 



TOASTS. 
J. Scott, Jr., Toastmaster. 



'The Class," 

Loyalty," 

'Das Deutsches Maeuchek," 
'Athletics," 

Booze," ... 



R. S. Smith. 

C. L. Lincoln. 

J. H. Sl.\te. 

J. A. Rose. 

P. H. Hoffman, 2nd. 



D. Gibson, 
J. H. Bay, 



COMMITTEE. 
J. Griffin, Chairman, 



S. A. Miller, 
R. S. Smith. 



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ALL TYPES. 





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RmATlON 




ORDER OF EXERCISES. 

Scene — Hades: Judgment Throne, Seat of Satan. 

MUSIC. 

PROCESSION. 

OPENING OF COURT TRIAL. 

MUSIC. 

VERDICT BY JURY. 

MARCH. 

CREMATION. 

DRAMATIS PERSONAE. 

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SONGS. 



GOOD RESOLUTIONS. 



Tune — The ]]'atcli on the Rhine. 

One hundred strong we're here to-night 
And we shall stay till near daylight, 
Until we burn old Calculus 
And kill his friends with mighty rush. 
With spirits high and thoughts quite light 
We'll put all "fiends" far out of sight. 
O Calculus, we'll fight with all our might. 
We'll burn you up, clear up, in lurid light. 

O Calculus, your time has come! 
Saint Peter now 'midst muffled drum 
Will step without the golden gate 
And hurl you back to Pluto's State. 
Ah! then we'll yell with fiendish glee 
And dance around with jollity. 
O Calculus, we'll fight with all our might, 
We'll put you down, far down, where you 
can't bite. 

J. J. D. 



THE THORNY LAND. 
Tune — Dixie. 

How I wish I were in the top of Packer — 
Mem'ries of there can not grow blacker — 

Revenge, Revenge, Revenge on Calculus! 
Up in Thorny's land Tld like to wander, 
Thorny's realm I swear I'll plunder. 

Revenge, Revenge, Revenge on Calculus! 

Cho. — Then I wish I were in Packer, 
Revenge, Revenge! 
From Packer Hall I'ld like to fall 
Right down upon old Thorny, 
Clear down, clear down, 
Clear down upon old Tliorny^ 
Clear down, clear down, 
Clear down upon old Tliorny. 



Dif-fa-en-choo-a-tion I did tackle, 
Sulph'rous fires began to crackle. 

Revenge, Revenge, Revenge on Calculus f 
Soon I thought I'd tasted the hereafter, 
Thorny's grin just turned to laughter. 

Revenge, Revenge, Revenge on Calculus! 

Integration then with Pop descended, 
Thorny's laugh I comprehended, 

Revenge, Revenge, Revenge on Calculus! 
Fire and brimstone now rained down in 

lakefuls, 
vSleepy Jack yawned black in-tee-grals. 

Revenge, Revenge, Revenge on Calculus! 

And at last came along the glorious final, 
Four long hours of thoughts infernal, 

Revenge, Revenge, Revenge on Calculus! 
Thorny, Pop and Jack now laugh supinely 
They have flunked me out quite finely, 

Revenge, Revenge, Revenge on Calculus! 

H. H. K. 



FLUNKULUS. 
Tune — Upidee. 

The flunks in math were swearing fast. 

Calculus, Calculus! 
A thru the Beth'lem village past. 

Calculus, culo! 
A fiend who bore 'mid books on math 
A volume with this name of wrath. 

Calculee, cuius, culo 
Calculus, Calculus, 
Calculee, cuius, culo. 
Calculus, culo! 

And up the stairs of Packer Hall 

Calculus, Calculus! 
The Soph'mores staggered to their fall; 

Calculus, culo! 
We went to Thorny, Jack and Pop, 
And some to Lockner higher up. 



In class our woes had just begun, 

Calculus, Calculus! 
With one hour quizzes, "Omit One" 

Calculus, culo! 
Jack Ogburn yawned and slowly said 
They'll study this when we are dead. 

Pop Meaker rose and scratched his head, 

Calculus, Calculus! 
And on the bull'tin board we read 

Calculus, culo! 
That Thorny's "Notes" we must procure 
To make our flunking doubly sure. 

But o'er this fiend of Calculus, 

Calculus, Calculus! 
The Sophs have been victorious, 

Calculus, culo! 
And now we're going to burn to asn, 
A fitting end for all such trash. 

S. L. H. 



FINIS CALCULI. 

Tune — O Mother, dear Jerusalem. 

O Calculus, O Calculus, 

With you we're thru to-day 



And now we're gathered 'round this fire 

To put you out of way. 
For months you have tormented us, 

Now we must be set free, 
And 'round your funeral pyre we'll dance 

With hellish, fiendish glee. 

Oh! ne'er again we'll integrate 

From Pi to A or 5; 
Or fix the limits for the length 

Of witch or cat'nary. 
Inertia, gravity, and mass 

Will all be left behind, 
On differentials and the like 

Ne'er more now shall we grind. 

Ye fiends incarnate, quickly come, 

For we have work to do, 
And 'tis a very joyful task 

That we've assigned to you. 
So take our great arch-enemy, 

And let the hot fires burn, 
The awful monster hurl therein. 

Ne'er more then to return. 

A. C. C. 



MUSICAL PROGRAM. 

Overture — "Ravmond," 
Selection — "The Spring Chicken," 
Tone Poem — "Forest Scenes," 
Caprice — "Among the Lillies," 
Descriptive Fantasia — "Village Life," 
Overture — "Morning, Noon and Night," 
Gems from "The Yankee Consul," 
Serenade — "Mexican Beauties," 
American Sketch — "Down South," 
Introduction and "Tarantella," 



Thoinas. 

Carle. 

Orth. 

Frey. 

LaThiere. 

Suppe. 

Robyn. 

Langey. 

Myddleton. 

Linke. 



COMMITTEE. 

R. D. T. Downing, Chairman, 
R. M, Wolfe, H. H. Ketch am, 

F. H. Kaiser, G. DeF. Spiers, 

J. J. Devine, W. R. Walters, 

W. R. Morris C. L. Aman 



UNIVERSITY SUNDAY. 

June 9, 1907. 

The Baccalaureate Sermon was delivered by the Rt. Rev. CortlandT White- 
■HEAD, D. D., S. T. D., Bishop of Pittsburgh. 



CLASS DAY EXERCISES. 

June 10, 1907. 



PROGRA.M. 



M.\RCH — "Down the Line," 
Overture — "Festival," 
President's vSalutatory, 
•Gems from "The Red Mill," 
Poem, .... 

""Echoes from the Classics," 
Presentation Oration, 
Morceau, "Woodland Whispers," 



Reeves. 

Leutner. 

John Bruce Carlock. 

Herbert. 

Joseph Benson Reynolds. 

Tobani. 

Martin Luther Hoffa Smith. 

Czibulka 



CUP CONTEST. 



Finale from " Ariele," 

Prophecy, 

Selection — "A Society Circus," 

Tablet Oration, 



March — " Maryland,' 



Bach. 

Edgar R.wmond Treverton. 

Klein. 

Roy Beck Woodring. 



Last Roll-call of the Class. 



Mtqrand. 



Ivy Oration, 
M.\RCH — "The Flag," 



AT CHAPEL. 



John Faber Hanst 
Reeves. 



CLASS DAY COMMITTEE. 

Ernest Benjamin W.alton, Chairman, 
Robert ashton jbavard, Robert Streeter Porter, 

John Faber Hanst, Shaler Gordon Smith, 

Albert Jacob Mayer, Edgar Raymond Treverton. 



UNIVERSITY DAY. 

June 12. 1907. 



ORDER OF EXERCISES. 

MUSIC. 

March, ........ Smart. 

PRAYER. 

Salutatory Oration — "The Practical Age," Joseph Benson Reynolds. 

MUSIC. 

Oration — "Some Geographical Influences in American History," 

Truman Gross Schnabel.* 

Oration — "The Popular Election of Federal Senators," 

Raymond Wads worth Walters.* 

MUSIC. 

Valedictory Oration — "The Future of Power," William Lane DeBaufre. 

music. 

awarding of prizes and honors. 

conferring of degrees. 

Alumni Address to the Graduating Class — 

Charles L. Taylor, E. M., Class of 1876. 

BENEDICTION. 



PRIZES AND HONORS. 

Award of the Wilbur Scholarship of $200 to 

Roger Paul Heller, of Bethlehem, Pa. F'irst in rank in the Sopho- 
more Class. 

The Williams Graduate Prize of $125, open to members of the Classes of 1906, 1907 
and 1908 was awarded to 

Roy Beck Woodring, '07, of Allentown, Pa. 

The Williams Gold Medal of $100 value, open to the members of theSoiior Class was 
awarded to 

R.AYMOND Wadsworth WALTERS, of Bethlehem, Pa. 

♦Contestant for the Williams' Gold Medal. 

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The Alumni Prizes of $25 each, for first honor men in the Junior Class in various de- 
partments, were awarded to 

Wayne Hunter Geiger, of Brumfieldville, Pa., in the Electrical 

Engineering Department, and to 
John Henry Clewell, Jr., of Winston-Salem, N. C, in the Analytical 
Chemistry and Chemical Engineering Department. 

The Price Prize of $25, in English Composition, open to members of the Freshman 
Class was awarded to 

Earle Covington Smith, of Philadelphia, Pa. 

The Williams Prizes of $10 and $5 for excellence in English Composition, open to 
members of the Sophomore Class were awarded to: 

First Term, First Division, First Prize: Sidney Lawrence Hechinger, of Wash- 
ington, D. C; First Term, First Division, Second Prize: Raymond Clifford 
ClivER, of Williamstown, N. J. 

First Term, Second Division, First Prize: Lloyd McEntirE, of Frenchtown, N. J.; 
First Term, Second Division, Second Prize: Samuel Raymond Schealer, 
of Reading, Pa. 

Second Tertn, First Division, First Prize: GeorgE Henry Ganung, of New Haven, 
Conn.; Second Term, First Division, Second Prize: Henry Nathaniel Keife, 
of Westfield, Mass. 

Second Term, Second Division, First Prize: WilburT Robert WALTERS, of Bethle- 
hem, Pa.; Second Term, Second Division, Second Prize: Raymond Bruno 
Serfass, of South Bethlehem, Pa. 

The Wilbur Prizes of $10 for excellence in the studies of the Sophomore year were awarded 
as follows: 

Mathematics: 

John Lane Dynan, of Bethlehem, Pa. 

English: 

George Henry Ganung, of New Haven, Conn. 

Physics: 

William Hinkle Ellis, of Phoenixville, Pa. 

The Wilbur Prizes of $15 and $10 for excellence in the studies of the Freshman year 
were awarded as follows: 

Mathematics: 

First, Robert Pattison More, of Bethlehem, Pa. 
Second, Joseph Henry Baughman, of Bethlehem, Pa. 



English: 
German: 
French: 



James Owen Knauss, of Coopersburg, Pa. 
Roy Warner Eder, of Nanticoke, Pa. 

GoEFFRY Arthi'r Caffall, of Brooklyn, N. Y 

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HONOR LIST. 

SENIOR HONORS. 

Classical Course. First: Joseph Benson Reynolds, of New Castle, Pa. Second: 
Roy Beck Woodring, of Allentown, Pa. 

Latin Scientific Course. First: R.\uph WilheLM KinsEy, of Reading, Pa. 

Civil Engineering Course. First: Robert M.\cMinn, of Willianisport, Pa. Sec- 
ond: Henry Joseph GroEninger, of Baltimore, Md. 

Mechanical Engineering Course. First: Walter J.acob Ammer, of Baltimore, 
Md. Second: Phillip Rainey Roper, of Petersburg, Va. 

Mining Engineering Course. First: LedliE Dominick MoorE, of Chathan, N. J. 
Second: Ralph S. Archibald, of Washington, D. C. 

Electrical Engineering Course. First: William Lane DeB.aufre, of Baltimore, 
Md. Second: William Walton Crawford, of Bloomfield, Neb. 

JUNIOR HONORS. 

Classical Course. First: Edwin Eustace Reinke, of Kingston, Jamaica. Sec- 
ond: Theodore Franklin Kotz, of Nazareth, Pa. 

Civil Engineering Course. First: Roy Perry Miles, of Chicopee Falls, Mass. 

Mechanical Engineering Course. First: Edwin Haldeman Finnie, of South Beth- 
lehem, Pa. Second: Francis Theodore Nagel, of Baltimore, Md. 

Mining Engineering Course. First: HarvEy BasslER, of Myerstown, Pa. Second: 
CajETan Morsack, of Roanoke, Va. 

Electrical Engineering Course. First: Wayne Hunter Geiger, of Brumfieldville, 
Pa. Second: Carl Ambrose Baer, of Harrisburg, Pa. 

Analytical Chemistry and Chemical Engineering Courses. First: John Henry 
ClEwell, Jr., of Winston-Salem, N. C. 

SOPHOMORE HONORS. 

Mathematics. First: John Lane Dynan, of Bethlehem, Pa. Second: Charles 

Francis Keife, of Westfield, Mass. 
English. First: GeorgE Henry Ganung, of New Haven, Conn. Second: WiL- 

burt Robert Walters, of Bethlehem, Pa. 
Physics. First: William HinklE Ellis, of Phoenixville, Pa. Second: Samuel 

Raymond SchealEr, of Reading, Pa. 

FRESHMAN HONORS. 

Mathematics. First: Robert Pattison More, of Bethlehem, Pa. Second: Joseph 

Henry Baughman, of Bethlehem, Pa. 
French. First: Goeffry Arthur Caffall, of Brooklyn, N. Y. 
German. First: Roy VarneR EdEr, of Washington, D. C. 
English. First: James Owen Knauss, of Coopersburg, Pa. 

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1907 CLASS POEM. 

THE tower clock the hour of three had tolled, 
As in the chapel decked with red and gold, 
Our class as Freshmen first together came 
To start the course that's brot us name and fame. 

As strange and raw a motley crowd I ween 
As e'er the ancient chapel halls had seen, 
No class or college spirit warmed our breast, 
Nor knowledge deep that makes a life the best. 

But soon we learned that unity is strength, 
And that the lonely selfish man, at length. 
Has naught to make a life that's full and true, 
That help a fellowman his journey thru. 

As time fled quickly on and each began 
To realize himself a college man, 
His pride and honor strongly, grandly grew 
For good old ivied Lehigh staunch and true. 

We learned to always make the play that's fair 
And to opponents give an honest share. 
We learned, in short, to do the thing that's right 
And brings due honor to the Brown and White. 

As college life and ways upon us grew 
There came the burden of our duty, too. 
Each man was by the noble thot impressed. 
That class and college asked of him his best. 

And we have laid our shoulders to the task 
And tried to do whate'er Old Lehigh asked. 
The heavy duties that upon us fell. 
We've done our plighted best to render well. 

And now the climax we've attained at last 
And backward look upon the period, past. 
Our stay has been a useful pleasant one, 
And fleet of foot the busy days have run. 

The lessons by our Alma Mater taught 

Have left our hearts with love and honor fraught; 

With will to do and ready minds to know 

We forth on life's alluring journey go. 

The world has need of all we have to give. 
Resolved a life sincere and right to live. 
We leave Old Lehigh's portals, in her name. 
To bring our class and college rank and fame, 

Jos. B. Reynolds. 



JUNIOR ORATORICAL CONTEST. 

Class of 1909. 
Saturday, February 22, 1908, Packer Memorial Church. 



PROGRAM. 

Oration, ..... Louis Charles Devine Greenough. 

"The Future of the West Indies." 
Oration, ....... Harold Gabriel Harvey 

" Do We Need a National University." 
Oration, ....... Lloyd Franklin Hess. 

"The Political Principles of Jefferson." 
Oration, ...... Samuel Raymond SchealEr. 

"The Development of the Electrical Industry." 
Oration, ....... James Gee Shaw. 

"The Social Influence of Metallurgy." 
Oration, ...... John Selby Martin Wharton. 

" Geographic Influences in United vStates History." 

JUDGES. 

Charles L. Crosman, Head Master of the Haverford School, 

Haverford, Pa. 
William H. Dean, '86, Principal of the Harry Hillman 

Academy, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 
Albert H. Welles, Principal of the High School, Scranton, 

Pa. 



First Prize, $25, . 
Second Prize, $15, 
Third Prize $10. 



Lloyd Franklin Hess. 

Harold Gabriel Harvey. 

James Gee Shaw. 



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II IIHllllli 



MUSICAL CLUBS. 




THE MUSTARD AND CHEESE 
DRAMATIC CLUB. 



f^i 



OFFICERS. 



ShalER G. Smith, 
Fred V. Bechtel, 
M. L. H. Smith, 
Lewis Thomas, 
Harold A. McIntosh, 
Henry C. Becker, 



President. 

Stage Manager. 

Musical Director. 

Business Manager. 

Secretary. 

Treasurer. 



ALL IN A DORMITORY. 

(An Original Two-act Musical Farce Comedy.) 
Lyrics and Libretto by Thomas B. Donaldson, and Staged under His Direction, 

PRESENTED AT 

GRAND OPERA HOUSE, SOUTH BETHLEHEM. 
Saturday Evening, April 20, 1907, 



AND AT 



Mauch Chunk, Friday Evening, May 10, 1907. 



CAST. 
Richard Coyne, a Lehigh Senior, .... 

Samuel Coyne, his uncle, .... 

Robert Burt, Richard's roommate, 

Arthur Hart, a Junior, 

Budd Megary, a qollege porter, .... 

Heinrich Hohenblitz, an installment man, 

Margery Davis, Robert's Fiancee, 

Daisy Dey, a Seminary girl, 

Mrs. Slattery, a laundry woman, .... 

Willie Wires, ...... 

Scene — A Dormitory Room at Lehigh 
Time of Events — Afternoon and evening of 



James S. Bavless. 

Harold A. McIntosh. 

George W. Hain. 

Carl a. Baer. 

M. L. H. Smith. 

Fred V. Bechtel. 

Shaler G. Smith. 

Harold G. Harvey. 

Gifford C. Bakewell. 

T. H. Sheridan 

University. 

a June Day, 1907. 



CHORUS. 
Lehigh Undergraduates. 

A. P. Balston, L. C. Zollinger, 

Lewis Thomas, W. A. Staab, 

C. A. Baer, F. P. Lawrence. 
E. D. Johnstone, 



Seminary Girls. 
H. C. Becker, N. L. Johnson, 

J. H. Galliher, W. F. Banks, 

G. D. Speirs, R. N. Jaggard, 

H. G. Harvev, M. L. Jacobs. 



USHERS. 
E. Walton, E. L. Pattison, W. C. Duncan, J. S. Barker, 

A. W. Hesse, C. Dorrance, E. R. Treverton, C. Mather. 



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'imimi mn'm 1927 



Twelfth Annual Performance Lehigh University Minstrel Association, Grand Opera 
House, Saturday, December 15, 1907. 



OFFICERS. 



Frederick V. Bechtel, 
Robert N. Jaggard, 
Albion N. Van Vleck, 
J. Homer Meseroll, 
Luther C. Zollinger, 



Manager. 

Assistant Manager 

Musical Director 

Stage Manager. 

Treasurer. 



FiNNIE, '08, 

Johnson, '08, 
MacFarlane, 'of 
Sayre, '08, 
Stephens, '08, 
Walker, '08, 
Warnke, '08, 
Hagenbuch, '09 
Altemus, '09, 
Jaggard, '09, 



CHORUS. 

Meseroll, '09, 
vShank, '09, 
Stobaecs, '09, 
Serfass, '09, 
Warner, '09, 
Zollinger, '09, 
Blanchard, ' 10 
Burrell, '10, 
Coffin, ' 10, 
Floyd, ' 10, 
Lawrence, '10, 



Pearsall, 'id, 
Poole, '10, 
Rickert, '10, 

vSCHWARZWAELDER, 'lO, 

SwoPE, '10, 
Stockton, '10, 
Staab, 'id, 
Thayer, '10, 
Dickey, 'i i, 
Hoffman, 'i i. 



Landis, '08, 
Anderson, '08, 
Banks, '08, 
Dandois, '08, 



USHERS. 



Fair, '08, 
vScHMERTZ, '08, 

Thomas, '08, 



Smith, '08, 
Morris, '09, 
Peters, '09, 
Kent, '09. 



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PROGRAM— Part I. 

Interlocutor, Mr. James S. BaylEss. 



BONES. 

"Beck" Bechtel, 
" Kid" Kennev, 
"Smitty" Smith. 



END MEN. 

TAMBOS. 

"Teddy" Baer, 
"Babe" Brothers, 
"Brumy" Brumbaugh. 
Pianist, Roy N. Williams. 



'And a Little Bit More," . 

'Go on Man, You Can't Kid Me," 

'Oh Dry Those Tears," 

'Dat's Music to Me," 

Dat's Gratitude," 

'Good Night, Little Girl, Good Night,' 
'Somebody's Been Around Here." 

Let Me Down Easy," 



" Kid" Kenney 

"Babe" Brothers 

A. N. Van Vleck 

"Teddy" Baer 

"Beck" Bechtel 

P. S. Dickey 

"Smitty" Smith 

"Brumy" Brumbaugh 



PROGRAM— Part II. 

MANDOLIN CLUB— H. D. Smith, Leader. 

A SOUTHERN MEDLEY. 
Van Vleck, Brothers, Burrell. 

SLAVES CHORUS 
at the death bed of Little Eva, from Harriet Beecher Stowe's celebrated drama. 
" Uncle Tom's Cabin." Introducing the grand scenic effect. Little Eva in Paradise. 



CAST. 
St. Clair, . ..... 

Uncle Tom, ..... 

Ophelia, ........ 

Little h,va, ....... 

BLACK ART. 
Altemus, Baer. 

FIRST time here [also LAST]. 
The Anonymous Five in their Skit, 

" MATH AS SHE IS TAUGHT. 

DRAMATIS PERSONAE. 

Dr. Knocker, ....... 

Jack Harlan, a Soph, ..... 

Levi Israel O'Brien, picked in the Ghetto, 
Reuben Glue, ex-'io Muhlenberg, 
Willie Fitzgibbons, one of the elite. 



J. S. BaylESS 

H. O. Stephens. 

Miss Roberts. 

Miss Oldham 



Q 
U 
B 
S 
8 




MEMBERS OF UNIVERSITY CHOIR, 1 908. 



c^ 



1908. 



S. K. ESHLEMAN, Jr., 




A. B. Lakey, 


E. C. Fetter, 




F. M. Sayre, 


E. H. FiNNIE, 




C. C. ShorklEy, 


J. L. Gressitt, 


S. W. Hill. 
1909. 


A. N. Van VlEck, 


F. R. Adelhei^m, 




C. \V. MiTMAN, 


A. C. Callen, 




S. R. SCHEALER, 


L. R. Carrier, 




R. B. Serfass, 


A. S. Garrison, 


E. M. Mervine. 
1910. 


C. J. Umble, 


J. S Byerly, 




C. H. Poole, 


E. W. Ehmann, 




R. E. Rickert, 


P. B. Fraim, 




R. M. Roper, 


H. S. Gay, 




C. A. SchwarzwaeldER. 


J. R. Hall, 




R. B. SwoPE, 


W. E. Henry, 


1911. 


J. B. Stobaeus, Jr. 


R. Bratten, 




D. Gibson, 


C. R. BullEy, 




J. C. Poffenberger. 



235 



THE LEHIGH UNIVERSITY BAND. 



qip 



OFFICERS. 



E. E. Ross, . 
A. C. Lakey, 
J S. Byerly, 



Conductor^ 

Assistant Conductor and Treasurer. 

Secretary and Librarian. 



MEMBERS. 

1908. 



J. J. Boyle, Cornet, 

A. B. Lakey, Baritone, 

C. H. Leamax, Snare Drum, 



F. T. Leilich, E Flat Bass, 
E. E. Ross, Trombone, 
E L. WiLLSON, Piccolo. 



F. R. Aleck, Piccolo, 
A. C. Callex, Clarinet, 



1909. 

J. R. N. CoRBix, Cornet, 
P. B. Fraim, Symbols, 
H. H. Ketcham, Cornet. 



1910 



J. S. Byerly, Cornet, 

H. A. Floyd, Trombone, 

G. R. HoRXER, French Horn, 

A. K. HuxT, Cornet, 

F. R. Jacoby, E Flat Bass, 



P. K. JoHNSOX, Piccolo, 

H. C. MacDoxald, B Flat Tenor,. 

Samuel May, Bass Drum, 

C. A. ScHWARZ^VAELDER, Comet 

W. A. vStaab, French Horn. 



Maurice Good, Cornet, 



1911. 



C. E. RomixgeR- Cornet. 



1 9xxx. 
Charles Hemmerly, Snare Drum. 



236 



LEHIGH UNIVERSITY MUSICAL ASSOCIATION. 



SEASON 1907-1908. 

GLEE CLUB. 
A. N. Van VlEck, 'o8, Leader. 



First Tenor. 
A. N. Van Vi.eck, 'o8, 
W. F. Banks, 'o8, 
G. R. Roberts, 'o8, 
R. B. SwoPE, 'lo, 
P. S. Dickey, 'ii, 
P. H. Hoffman, 'i i. 



Second Tenor. 

C. Howard, 

C. A. Baer, 'o8, 

W. M. Donaldson, 'o8 

R. B. Serfass, '09, 

C. R. BULLEY, '11. 



First Bass. 
E. H. FiNNIE, 08, 

R. P. Miles, '08, 
H. O. Stephens, '08, 
G. R. Brothers, '08, 
C. W. Mitman, '09, 
H. A. Floyd,' 10. 



Second Bass. 
F. M. Sayre, 08, 
A. S. Garrison, '09, 
J. B. Stobaeus, '09, 
R. M. Roper, '10, 
D. Gibson, 'ii. 



MANDOLIN CLUB. 

H. D. Smith, '08, Leader. 



First Mandolin. 

-A. N. Van Vleck, '08, 
G. R. Roberts, '08, 
R. N. Jaggard, '09, 
J. B. LucKiE, '09, 
J. H. Slate, 'h. 



Second Mandolin. 
H. O. Stephens, '08. 
I. O. Gibble, '08, 
R. P. Miles, '08, 

W J. GiLLIGAN '09, 

C. A. Gross, '10. 



Guitar. 
C. Howard, 
W. M. Donaldson, '08, 
A. S. Garrison, '09, 
H. G. Toone, '09, 
R. Stockton, '10. 



Flute, 
p. K. Johnson '10. 



Banjo. 
J. O. Gibble, '08, 
H. L. Miller, 'i i. 



INSTRUMENTAL SEXTETTE. 
Mandolin. 

A. N. Van Vleck, '08, 
H. O. Stephens, '08. 



Guitar. 
C. Howard, 
A. S. Garrison, '09. 



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Lehigh University Incor])orated by the Legislature of Pennsylvania in 1866 

Founder Asa Packer 

Christmas Hall First used as a building for recitations, chapel and dormitories 

Competition Scholarships Awarded from 1866 to 1870 

Foundation vScholarships From 1867 to 1879 

The First Literary Society, The Junto Established in 1868 

Observatory Erected l)y R. H. Sayre, Esq., in 1869 

Packer Hall Completed in 1869 

Tuition made free and scholarships annulled In 187 1 

Chemical Society Established in 1871 

Wilbur Scholarship and Engineering Society Established in 1872 

Saucon Hall Erected in 1873 

Athletic Association Founded in 1874 

First Epitome, appeared in 1875 Issued by Class of 1878 

Library Erected in 1878 

The Burr Established in 1881 

First Junior Oratorical Contest . 1883 

Gymnasium Opened in 1883 

239 



Chemical Laljoratory Com])leted in 

Wilbur Prize Established in 

Packer Memorial Church Completed in 

Electrical Engineering Society Established in 

The Henry S. Haines Memorial .Scholarship Established in 

Lacrosse Championship 

The Lehigh Quarterly Founded in 

Free Tuition Abolished vSeplember, 

Cane Rushes Abolished in 

Physical Laboratory Erected in 1892- 

First Freshman-vSophomore Interclass Contest 

Supply Bureau Established in 

Lacrosse Championshi]5 

Brown and Il'/nVc Established in 

Honor System Adopted in 

Athletic Advisory Committee Organized in 

Fraternity Night Established in 

TIic Lehigh Ouattci/y .Suspended Publication in 

Students' Club Room Opened in 

Lacrosse Championshij) 

Lacrosse Championship 

Week-day Chapel Abolished in 

The Forum Established in 

Lacrosse Championship 

The Burr .Suspended Publication 

Christmas Hall Closed 

Week-day Chapel Resumed 

Physical Laboratory Burned 

New Physical Laboratory Opened in 

Mechanical Laboratory Opened in 

Williams Hall Opened in 

Honor System Resumed 

The Burr Publication Resumed 

Field House Built 

The Cage Built 

The Forum Discontinued 

Andrew Carnegie Donation of $100,000 towards Dormitory System 

Dormitory System Completed in 

Drown Memorial Completed in 

College Commons Completed in 

PRESIDENTS OF UNIVERSITY. 

Henry Coppee, LL. D 1865- 

JOHN M. Leavitt, D. D 187,=,- 

Robert A. Lamberton, L. D. D 1880- 

*Henry Coffee, LL. D 1893- 

*WiLLiAM H. Chandler, Ph. D 1895- 

Thomas M. Drown, LL. D 1895- 

* William H. Chandler, Ph. D 1904- 

Henry S. Drinker, E. M., LL. D 1905- 

*Acting President. 



WILBUR SCHOLARS. 



1874. 


W 


. D. Hartshorne, 


1886. 


J. K. Suris, 


1875. 


A 


E. Meaker, 


1887. 


H. S. Fisher, 


1876. 


C. 


L. Taylor. 


1888. 


S. W. Frcscoln, 


1877. 


H 


S. Jacobv, 


1889. 


J. Lockett, 


1878. 


L. 


J. Parr. 


1890. 


A. H. VanCIevc 


1879. 


R 


H. Tucker, 


1891. 


W. Forstall. 


1880. 


M 


M. Duncan, 


1892. 


A. E. Lister, 


1881. 


A. 


P. Crilly, 


1893. 


H. B. Evans, 


1882. 


C. 


C. Hopkins, 


1894. 


J. L. Neufeld, 


1883. 


P. 


A. I.amhcrt, 


1895. 


W. B. Keim, 


1884. 


L. 


B. Seniple, 


1896. 


W. J. Bieber, 


1885. 


A\' 


. H. Cooke, 


1897. 


W. E. Brown, 



1898. 


n 


J. 


Horn, 


1899. 


E 


G 


Grace, 


1900. 


A 


\\ 


. Bayard, 


1901. 


E 


B 


Wilkinson 


1902. 


w 


. I' 


. Roberts, 


1903. 


p. 


T. 


Krause, 


1904. 


o 


J. 


Hallcr, 


1905. 


s. 


H. 


Fleming, 


1906. 


s. 


J. 


Cort, 


1907. 


R 


L 


Charles. 


1908. 


J. 


H. 


Clewell, Jr 


1909. 


R 


P 


Heller. 



PRESIDENTS OF THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION. 



I876-'77. 
1877-'78. 
1878-'79. 
1879-'80. 
1880-'81. 
1881-'82. 
1882-'83. 
1883-'84. 
1884-'85. 
1885-'86. 



C. E. Donaldson, 
C. E. Donaldson. 
W. R. Butler, 
H. S. Drinker, 
C. \V. Haines, 
C. L. Taylor, 
R. W. Mahon, 
H. E. J. Porter. 
E. H. Williams, Jr., 
E. H. Williams, Tr.. 



1886- 


'87. 


W. M. Scudder. 


1896- 


'97. 


L. 


O. Emmerich, 


1887- 


'88. 


W. M. Scudder. 


1897- 


'98. 


R 


P. Linderman 


1888- 


'89. 


Chas. Bull. 


1898- 


'99. 


H 


T. F. Porter, 


1889- 


'90. 


Chas. Bull, 


1899- 


'00. 


W 


R. Butler, 


1890- 


'91. 


G. A. Jenkins, 


1900- 


'01. 


A. 


Johnston, 


1891- 


'92. 


R. P. Linderman. 


1901- 


'02. 


J. 


A. Jardine, 


1892- 


'93. 


W. H. Baker. 


1902- 


'03. 


H 


A. Porterfield. 


1893- 


'94. 


T. M. Evnon, 


1903- 


'04. 


H 


A. Foering, 


1894- 


'95. 


F. P. Howe, 


1904- 


'05. 


R. 


G. Cooke. 


1895- 


'96. 


H. B. Reed, 


1905- 


'06. 


F. 


R. Dravo, 


1906- 


'07. 


H. H. Stock. 











J. McK. Graeff, '85. 
C. A. Junken. '85. 
H. H. Bowman. '85, 
B. A. Cunningham. '87, 

B. A. Cunningham, '87, 
H. H. McClintic. '89, 
W. Butterworth, '89.* 

C. Walker. '89, 
H. W. Biggs. '91. 



BASEBALL CAPTAINS. 

1891. E. O. Robinson, '91.* 1899. 

1891. C. W. Throckmorton, '92. 1900. 

1892. B E. Woodcock, '92. 1901. 

1893. C. W'. Gearhart. '93. 1902. 

1894. J. G. Petrikin. '95. 1903. 

1895. C. H. Thompson, '94, 1904. 

1896. S. P. Senior. '97. 1905. 

1897. J. W. Gannon. '98,* 1906. 

1897. C. F. Carman. '99, 1907. 

1898. E. G. Grace, '99. 1908. 



E. G. Grace, '99, 
W. T. James, '01, 

F. W. Parsons, '02, 
I. K. Lillev, '03, 

H. W. Eisenhart, '03, 

W. W. Brush, '05, 

F. B. Snyder, '05, 

P. Mackall. '07. 

P. Mackall, '07, 

L. F. Galbraith, '08, 



FOOTBALL CAPTAINS. 



1884 


J. 


S. Robeson, '86, 


1892. 


M 


McCIung, Tr.. '94. 


1900. 


1885 


H 


W. Frauenthal. '86, 


1893. 


M 


McClung, Jr.. '94, 


1901 


1886 


W 


. R. Pierce, '87. 


1893. 


G 


Ordwav. '94, 


1902 


]887 


W 


. Bradford. '88. 


1894. 


C. 


E. Trafton, '95 


1902 


1887 


C. 


W. Corbin, '89. 


1895. 


C. 


E. Trafton. '95. 


1903 


1888 


c. 


Walker. '82. 


1896. 


F. 


H. Gunsolus, '98. 


1904 


1889 


s. 


D. Warriner, '90. 


1897. 


F. 


H. Gunsolus. '98, 


1905 


1890 


D 


Emorv-. '91, 


1898. 


T. 


C. Holderness, '99,* 


1906 


1891 


W^ 


. W Biunt, '92, 


1898- 


99. 


M. Chamberlain, '00, 


1907 



F. B Gearhart. '01. 
T. T. Fuller. '03. 
A. L. Dornin. '03,* 
A. J. Farabaugh, '04, 
A. J. Farabaugh, '04, 
R. K. Waters, '05. 
P. H. Herman, '06. 
F. E. Troutman. '08. 
E. R. Olcott. '08. 



1886. C. P. Coleman. '86, 
1887-'90. A. K. Reese. '89, 

1891. H. C. Banks. '92. 

1892. C. T. Mosman. '92, 

1893. T H. Symington, '93, 

1894. G. Ordway, '94, 

1895. J. C. Dicks, '95, 



LACROSSE CAPTAINS. 

1896. F. Bartles. '96, 

1897. T. Merriman, '97, 

1898. E. H. Symington, '98. 

1899. W. H. Gummere. '99. 

1900. J. K. Digby. '00. 
190T. T. F. Symington. '01.* 

1901. A. R. Young, '01. 



1902. 
1903. 
1904. 
1905. 
1906. 
1907. 



C. I. Lattig. '03, 
C. I. Lattig. '03, 
G Baily. '04 
W. L. Estes. '05, 
J. B. Carlock, '07, 
J. B. Car'ock. '07. 



1908. W. C. Duncan. '08 



* Resigned. 



241 



THE BROWN AND WHITE. 



f^ 



EDITORS. 



W. C. Anderson, '94, 
William Warr, '95, 
J. W. Thurston, '96, 
John Boyt, '97, 
J. R. Farwell, '98, 
M. C. Benedict, '99, 
E. B. Wilkinson, '01, 
D. Smith, '03, 
R. L. Tallev, '04, 
T. R. Angle, '05, 
N. N. Merriman, '05, 
J. B. Carlock, '07, 



W. S. 
M. W 

B. O. 
G. D. 
J. B. 
T. A. 
R. E. 
R. P. 
P. G. 
W. C. 

C. F. 
R.J 



Merrill, '94, 
. Pool, '96, 
Curtis, '97, 
Heisly, '98, 
Lindsey, Jr., '98, 
SCHULTZ, '00, 
Thomas, '02, 
Hutchinson, '04, 
Spilsbi'ry, '05, 
Benedict, '06, 

GiLMORE, '06, 

Gilmore, '07, 



L. Heck, '08. 



BUSINESS MANAGERS. 



E. A. Grissinger, '94, 
J. B. Given, '96, 
W. E. Underwood, '97, 
J. B. Reddig, '98, 

C. Evans, Jr., '00, 
R. E. Thomas, '02, 

D. J. Packer, '04, 
J. G. Smull, '06, 



D. H. Kautz, '95, 
C. W. Thorn, '97, 
H. M. Daggett, Jr., 
O. C. Hannum, '99, 
S. T. HarlEman, '01, 
C. F. Carrier, '03, 
R. C. Kautz, '05, 
A. W. Hesse, '07, 



J. S. BaylEss, '08. 



242 



THE EPITOME. 



c^ 



EDITORS. 



H. F. J. Porter, '78, 
E. P. Spalding, '80 
C. C. Hopkins, '82, 
A. P. Smith, '84, 
R. H. Davis, '86, 
L. R. Zollinger, '88, 

C. H. Miller, '90, 
W. W. Blunt '92, 
A. Weymouth, '94, 
W. S. AyrES, '96, 

J. B. LiNDSEY Jr., '98, 

D. G. McGarock, 'go, 
R. M. Bird, '02, 

R. L. TallEy, '04, 
C. F. GilmorE, '06, 
A. Oram Fulton, '08, 



M. M. Duncan, '79, 

B. F. Halderman, '81, 
W. Briggs, '83, 

C. M. Tolman, '85, 
G. T. Richards, '87, 
U. D. FarwEll, '89, 
\. T. Morris, '91, 
C. H. Durfee, '93, 

F. Baker, Jr., '95, 
E. R. Hannum, '97, 

G. L. Robinson, '99, 
E. B. Wilkinson, '01, 

H. S. Chamberlain, Jr., '03, 
G. L. Street, Jr., '05, 
R. J. Gilmore, '07, 
W. R. Walters, '09. 



BUSINESS MANAGERS 



R. H. Wilbur, 

C. F. ZiMELE, 
A. Johnson, 
G. S. Hayes, 

F. P. Fuller, 
C. H. Vansant, 
C. W. Thorn, 

G. R. Jackson, 
G. G. Underhill, 
E. T. Miller, 

A. S. Clay, 
R. MacMinn, 



H. A. LUCKENBACH, 

A. G. Rau, 
R. S. Mercur, 
R. J. Snyder, 
W. C. Anderson, 
J. B. Given, 
H. M. Dagett, Jr., 
A. R. Parsons, 
W. L. Fleming, 

E. M. Mack, 

F. G. Wrightson, Jr., 
C. C. Thomas, 



A. P. vS. Bellis. 



243 




Full-Pd^e Illustration. 



ATHLETICS. 




LEHIGH UNIVERSITY ATHLETIC COMMITTEE. 



C^l 



C. C. Thomas, 'o8, 
C. L. Thornburg, 

G. B. LiNDERMAN, '87, 



OFFICERS. 



Chairman. 
Secretary 
Treasurer. 



COMMITTEE. 



C. L. Thornburg, 
J. L. Stewart, 
\V. W. Davis, 
A. Johnston, '89, 
E. G. Grace, '99, 
Moriz Bernstein, '96 



G. B. LiNDERMAN, '87, 

C. C. Thomas, '08, 
F. E. Troutm.-^n, '08, 
E. R. Olcott, '08, 
W J. Gilligan, '09, 
C. B. Lawson, '10. 



246 




ALTHOUGH the fast vanishing football season 
of 1907 may not be called a brilliant one, 
it may surely l)e called a successful one. With 
eight games won, two lost and one tied, we have 
little to be ashamed of, in spite of the fact that 
we were again defeated by Lafayette. 

With a majority of the 1906 'Varsity back in 
college, the coaches and scruljs rounded out a team 
of which we are proud. Its play was consistani 
and showed steady improvement as the season 
advanced. 

The Lafayette game of 1907 is one which will 
ever remain in the memory of those who saw it. 
Our team played with that fighting spirit so char- 
acteristic of Lehigh. Just when victory seemed to 
be ours it was wrenched from us by a decision of 
a rather questionable nature. 

However, we look forward to a still more 
successful season in 1908. Although we lose some 
of our best players, enough old men remain for the 
nucleus of a good team. 




2J7 



FOOTBALL SEASON OF 1907. 



r^ 



E. R. Olcott, 'o8, 
K. Landis, 'o8, 
L. C. Zollinger, '09, 
Byron Dickson, 



Captain. 

Manager. 

Assistant Manager. 

Coach. 



LINE UP. 



F. E. Troutman, '08, left end, 
R. H. Treat, '10, left tackle, 

R. A. BuRLiNGAME, '08, left tackle, 
A. G. Black, 'ii, left guard, 
C. C. Shorklev, '08, right guard, 
E. R. Olcott, '08, right tackle, 
R. H. vStreet, '10, right tackle, 

G. C. Bakewell, '09, right end. 



F. C. Anderson, '08, quarter-back, 
X. Wigton, '09, quarter-back, 

A. Mandell, '09, left half-back. 
C. L. Aman, '09, left half-back, 

G. DeF. Speirs, '09, right half-back, 
A. K. Brumbaugh, '09, full-back, 

J. H. Westerbeke, '08, center, 
H. D. Smith, '08, center. 





SQUAD. 








1908. 






E. F. Schafer, 




R. 


H. Torrey, 


W. C. Duncan, 




T. 


H. Sheridan, 


W. Grimball, 


1909. 
J. B. Luckie. 

1910. 


F. 


Cannon. 


C. W. Martin, 




S. 


H. Shannon, 


S. Kitchell, 




X. 


M. Downs, 


C. B. Lawson, 




E. 


C. Smith, 


C. E. Bilheimer, 


1911. 


W 


. J. McCORMICK 


G. R. Wood, 


}. \V. Tremlett. 


G. 


S. Rinehart, 



248 



RECORD OF GAMES. 



September 28 — Muhlenl:)erg 



29 

October 2 — Jefferson Medical o; Lehigh 34 
October 5 — U. of Penn., 2d 
October 12 — Rutgers 
October 19 — Medico-Chirurgical 

October 26— Dickinson . 6- Lehigh 6 

November 2— Haverford . u; Lehigh . 4 

November 16— Ursinus . o; Lehigh . 27 

November 23— Lafayette . 22; Lehigh . 5 

November 28— Carnegie Tech. o; Lehigh - 21 



0; 


Lehigh 


0; 


Lehigh 


6; 


Lehigh 


6; 


Lehigh 


0; 


Lehigh 


6- 


Lehigh 


I ; 


Lehigh 


0; 


Lehigh 


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Lehigh 


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Lehigh 



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' I 'O say that the 1907 baseball 
•'• season was a success is put- 
ing it mildly, for, aside from the 
winning of nine games as over 
against our opponents' seven, the 
result of the series upon which so 
much depends was all that Lehigh 
supporters could wish for. La 
fayette was twice beaten, deci 
sively and without question, a 
feat which Lehigh had not been 
able to accomplish for four years. 
The team while erratic at times 
played splendid ball, especiallv 
against Pennsylvania, Dickinson, 
Penn State and Villanova to 
whom we lost by narrow margins. 
Notable victories were secured 
over West Point, University of 
Alabama and Franklin and Mar- 
shall. The work of Hesse, '07, 
as pitcher is worthy of mention 
for to him was due a large part 
of the successful record. With 
the exception of him and Capt. 
Mackall, the team practically re- 
mains intact for the coming 
season. 




BASEBALL TEAM-SEASON OF 1907, 



f^ 



Paul Mackauu, '07, 
W. C. Duncan, '07, 

C. MORSACK, '08, 

J. Garry, 



Captain. 

Manager. 

Assistant Manager. 

Coach. 



TEAM. 



P. Mackall, '07, catcher, 

A. W. Hesse, '07, pitcher, 

E- J. Sterner, '08, first base, 

L. F. Galbraith, '08, second base, 

G. O. Bason, '08, shortstop, 



F. S. Kirk, '09, third base, 

J. S. Barker, '08, ) 

r^ m 'of right field, 

C. Morsack, 08, ) ^ 

T. M. Uptegraff, '09, center field, 

R. B. Serfass, '09, left field. 



R. H. TORRY, 



SUBSTITUTES. 
1908. 



A. J. McMURTRlE. 



S. W. Fleming, 
R. L. Klar, 



1909. 



A. L. Altemus. 



E. G. Boyer, 

H. C. Lawrence, 



N. J. EWING, 



1910. 
R. L. Riley, 



C. C. Tressler. 



RECORD OF GAMES. 



April 


6 — Albright . 




3; 


Lehigh 


4 


April 


13 — St. Johns 




0; 


Lehigh 


I 


April 


17 — Army 




7; 


Lehigh 


13 


April 


20— C. C. N. Y. 




3; 


Lehigh 


6 


April 


24 — Penna. 




5; 


Lehigh 


3 


April 


27 — Dickinson 




6; 


Lehigh 


5 


May 


I — Villanova . 




4; 


Lehigh 


2 


May 


4 — Lafayette 




3; 


Lehigh 


I 


May 


8 — Stevens 




4; 


Lehigh . 


9 


May 


15 — Cornell 




17; 


Lehigh 





May 


18 — Penna. State 




3; 


Lehigh 


2 


May 


22 — Eastern Colle 


s;e of New York 


9; 


Lehigh 


4 


May 


25 — Lafayette . 




2; 


Lehigh 


4 


May 


30 — F. and M. 




3' 


Lehigh 


10 


June 


8 — Lafayette . 




2; 


Lehigh 


4 


June 


II — University of 


Alabama 


4; 


Lehigh 


5 




Totals: 


Opponents, 


82 




Lehigh, 8t 





THE season of 1907 in lacrosse 
t^ was the most satisfactory 
one that Lehigh has had for years. 
Three victories, two defeats and 
one tie sums up the result of the 
season's work. In the standing 
in the intercollegiate champion- 
ship series, Lehigh lays rightful 
claim to second place despite the 
fact that in percentages three 
teams were ])laced on the same 
footing. While Stevens defeated 
us early in the season, we later 
won a decisive victory over 
Swarthmore, who in turn down- 
ed Stevens. This justifies the 
claim mentioned above. The 
team work as a whole showed a 
marked improvement over former 
vears; and had the schedule been 
better arranged, championship 
honors might have been ours. 
With the graduation of eight reg- 
ular plavers, the prospects for this 
spring could be better although 
the large squad contains much 
promising material. 



255 



LACROSSE TEAM-SEASON OF 1907, 



Oft? 



J. B. Carlock, '07, 
C. G Earth, 'o8, . 
\Y. L. Archer, 'o8, 
C. E. Chapix, 



Captain. 

Manager. 

Assistant Manager. 

Coach. 



TEAM. 



L. B. Myers, '07, in-home, 
E. J. H.AUG, '10, out-home, 
R. S. Porter, '07, ist attack, 
\V. C. Duncan, '08, 2d attack, 
H. J. Prechtl, '07, 3d attack, 
W. R. Morris, '09, center, 



C. M. Daniels, '07, 3d defense, 
G. K. Herzog, '07, 2d defense, 
R. A. Mercur, '07, ist defense, 
C. G. Barth, '08, cover point, 
J. I. Porter, '07, point, 
J. B. Carlock, '07, goal. 



A. J. Fasenmeyer, '07, 
J. B. LucKiE, '08, 
W. M. Donaldson, '08, 
\V. J. Priestley, '08, 



SUBSTITUTES. 



J. C. Gorman, '10. 



G M. Jessup, '08, 
A. B. Lakey, '08, 

A. L. Tu.NSTALL, 'oi 

C. Gonzalez, '09, 



RECORD OF GAMES. 



April 


10— C. C. X. Y. . 




I 


Lehigh 


April 


13 — Mount Washington 


. 


5 


Lehigh 


April 


18 — Harvard 




6 


Lehigh 


April 


20 — Johns Hopkins 




12 


Lehigh 


April 


27 — Stevens 




12 


Lehigh 


May 


4 — Swarthmore 




I 


Lehigh 




Totals: 


Opponents 


37 





5 
8 
6 

2 
2 
7 

Lehigh, 30 



256 





UNTOWARD circumstances blighted the pros- 
pects of an unusually promising track team. 
The quartet that journeyed to the Pennsylvania 
Relay Races was the fastest that ever represented 
Lehigh and finished two places lietter than last year's 
team. The conversion of the Rutgers field into a 
miniature sea postponed the opening meet with the 
New Brunswick College, while the cancelling of the 
Franklin and Marshall meet added to the discour- 
agement of the men. 

Five firsts were captured at Haverford in spite 
of the setback, and three Lehigh records were broken. 
The team, however, was compelled to disband when 
Lafayette announced that the day annually fixed 
for the Lehigh-Lafayette meet had been given to 
another college. With the graduation of only three 
members of the team, Lehigh's outlook in track is 
encouraging. 



259 



TRACK TEAM-SEASON OF 1907. 



r^ 



E. M. McXallv, '07, 
J. T. Waddill, '07, 
T. M. Sheridan", 'o8, 



Captain. 

Manager. 

Assistant Manager. 



TEAM. 



E. M. McXally, '07, 
McQuEEx, '07, 
M. L. Smith, '07, 
J. R. Geno, '07, 
A. E. Krause, '07, 
T. M. Sheridax, '08, 
G. R. Roberts, '08, 



J. Shaw, '09, 

C. L. Aman, '09, 

\V. J. Gilligan, '09, 

R. Desh, '09, 

L. Lawrence, '09, 

H. M. Riley, 'io, 

C. G. Gilbert, '10. 



E. M. McNallv, 
\V. J. Gilligan, 



100- Yard Dash, 
220- Yard Dash, 
440- Yard Dash, 
880- Yard Run, 
Mile Run, 
Two-Mile Run, 
120-Yard Hurdle, 
220-Yard Hurdle, 
Shot Put, 
Hammer Throw, 
Broad Jump, 
High Jump, 



RELAY TEAM. 



Chas. Dunn, Substitute. 



HAVERFORD vs. LEHI3H. 



Palmer, H., 
Palmer, H., 
P.A.LMER, H., 
Thompson, H. 
Tatnall, H., 
Haverford, 
Aman, L., 
Aman, L., 
Sheridan, L., 
Jones, H., 
Desh, L., 
RiLEv, L., 



C. L. Aman, 
L. Smith, 



McXallv, L., 
McXallv, L., 
Langsdorf, H., 
Smith, L., 
McQueen, L., 
Haverford, 
Jones, H., 
Jones, H., 
Haverford, 
Haverford, 

L.-^WRENCE, L., 

Haverford. 



10 2-5 sec. 
2T, 2-5 sec. 
54 1-5 sec. 
2 min. 6 sec. 

4 min. 33 sec. 
10 min. 48 sec, 
16 min. 4-5 sec. 
29 sec. 

38 feet 1 1 in. 
98 feet 1 1 in. 
20 feet 8 in. 

5 feet 7 1-2 in. 



Pole Yault — Both places went to Haverford. 



260 





OUCCESvS has again marked another season s 
efforts in this branch of athletics. The work 
of the team seemed to be a continuation of the 
splendid record achieved by last year's five. Un- 
fortiinatel}', the games did not begin until after the 
second >. erm — a drawback to the players as well as 
to the make-up of the schedule. 

The ]>lay thruout the season was fast and con- 
sistent and the outcome on the whole only 
strengthens the fact that Lehigh should make a 
specially of this line of sport. With three regulars 
as a nucleus and much promising material in the 
squad, next year's team should again bring success 
to our enviable basketball record. 



262 



BASKETBALL SEASON, 1907-1908. 



f^*) 



F. C. Anderson, 'o8, 
Alfred P. S. Bellis, '09, 



Cciptain and Manager. 
Assistant Manager. 



TEAM. 



Forwards. 

F. C. Anderson, '08, 
F. E. Troutman, '08. 



Guards. 

H. N. Keife, '09, 
W. B Davies, '09. 



Center. 
R. H. vStreET, '10. 



SUBSTITUTES. 



E. J. Sterner, '08, 
A. S. Osbourne, '09, 



T. M. Uptegraff, '09, 
R. B. Osbourne, 'eg. 



RECORD OF GAMES. 



January 25 — Albright 

February i — Villa Nova 

February 8 — Swarthmore . 

February 14 — Susquehanna 

February 22 — New York University L- S. 

February 29 — Penna. State 

March 7 — Swarthmore 



Lehigh 
Lehigh 
Lehigh 
Lehigh 
Lehigh 
Lehigh 
Lehigh 



Totals, 



Opponents 115 



. 63 
56 

■ .14 
59 

. 40 
36 

• ^5 

Lehigh, 313 



264 





•"PHE closing words of last year's gymnasium 
••• write-up was "next year let every lover of 
gymnasium work turn out to help place his Alma 
Mater where it ought to stand." Seldom in the 
history of this sport at Lehigh has advise of this 
kind been so well heeded as it has this year. 

Before the call for candidates in the fall, pros- 
pects for a successful team were not very encour- 
aging. However, a large and active squad respond- 
ed, and thru the earnest work and spirit exhibited 
by Capt. Trembley coupled with the excellent 
instruction by Dr. Davis, a successful team has 
been developed. 

Our first meet with Haverford was close and 
clearly demonstrated that active interest in this 
branch of sport is being taken by the student body. 

The work of Trembley, Frankenfield and 
Young has been of exceedingly high order while 
the new men, notably Vogt, Boyd, Johnson and 
Sturgis, have done well for their first season. 

The outlook for a successful season next year 
IS very promising. Only two men are lost by grad- 
uation, Frankenfield and Raine, leaving as a strong 
nucleus, Captain Trembley, Young, Vogt, Boyd, 
Johnson, Horner, Sturgis and Boteler. 



266 



GYMNASIUM TEAM, 1907-1908. 

A. \V. TremblEy, '09, .... ... Captain. 

W. F. B.'iNKS, '08, ........ Manager. 

S. R. Young, '09, ... . . Assistant Manager. 



TEAM. 

\V. E. Fr.^nkenfield, '08, S. R. Young, '09, 

J. M. R.MNE, '08, G. W. BoTELER, '10, 

\V. W. Boyd. '09, G. R. Horner, '10, 

A. \V. Trembley, '09, P. K. Johnson, '10, 

C. H. VoGT, '09, W E. Sturgis, '10, 
F. S. Borden, ' i i. 



GYMNASIUM MEETS. 

Haverford vs. Lehigh, February 15, 1908, Lehigh University Gymnasium — 
Haverford, 27; Lehigh, 21. 

University of Pennsylvania vs. Lehigh, March 7, 1908, Lehigh University Gym- 
iiasiuiii — U. of P., 25 : Lehigh, 23. 



267 



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Holder. 


Date. 


Record. 


40- Yard Dash, 


H. 


, H 


. GODSHALL, '93, 


Feb. 27, 


1891, 


4 3-4 sec. 


100-Yard Dash, 


M. 


M 


. Duncan, '80, 


May 12, 


1879, 


10 1-4 sec. 


220- Yard Dash, 


P. 


R. 


Van Duyne, '06, 


June 3, 


1903, 


23 1-5 sec. 


440- Yard Dash, 


P. 


R. 


Van Duyne, '06, 


June 3, 


1903, 


54 sec. 


Half-Mile Run, 


M. 


. L. 


Smith, '07, 


May 16, 


1906, 


2 min. 4 3-5 sec. 


One-Mile Run, 


J- 


T. 


Waddill, '07, 


May 16, 


1906, 


4 min. 42 3-5 sec 


Two-Mile Run, 


J- 


G. 


Shaw, '09, 


May 16, 


1906, 


10 min. 57 sec. 


Half-Mile Walk, 


F. 


R. 


CoATES, '90, 


Feb. 28, 


1890, 


3 min. 28 sec. 


One-Mile Walk, 


F. 


R. 


Coaxes, '90, 


May 18, 


1891, 


7 min. 18 sec. 


Two-Mile Walk, 


L. 


0. 


Emmerick, '82, 


May 3, 1 


1879. 


I 7 min. 2 sec. 


Three-Mile W^alk, 


R. 


B. 


Reed, '70, 


May 26, 


1877, 


27 min 46 sec. 


120-Yard Hurdle, 


e. 


L. 


Aman, '09, 


May 16, 


1907. 


16 4-5 sec. 


220-Yard Hurdle, 


c. 


L. 


Aman, '09, 


May 16, 


1906, 


27 4-5 sec. 


Standing High Jump, 


w 


. S. 


Ml'RRAY, '95, 


May 16, 


1895. 


4 ft. 9 in. 


Standing Broad Jump, 


w 


• J- 


McNULTV, '80, 


Oct. II, 


1876, 


9 ft. 10 in. 


Running High Jump, 


H. 


M 


. Riley, 


May 16, 


1907, 


,S ft. 7 1-4 in. 


Running Broad Jump, 


H. 


L. 


Pentz, '05, 


May 31, 


1902, 


21 ft. 6 in. 


Hammer Throw, 


F. 


R. 


Pyne, '06, 


May 20, 


1905, 


1 19 ft. II in. 


Shot Put, 


T. 


H. 


Sheridan, 


May, 16, 


1907, 


39 ft. 6 in. 


Pole Yault, 


H. 


L. 


Pentz, '05, 


June 3, 


1903, 


10 ft. 3 1-2 in. 


Running High Kick, 


J- 


F. 


Symington, '01, 


Mar. 9, 


1 90 1, 


9 ft. I 7-8 in. 


Fence Yault, 


W 


. S. 


Murray, '95, 


May 16, 


1895. 


6 ft. 10 in. 




L. B. Myers, '07, 
E. J. Haug, '10, 
R. S. Porter, '07 
W. C. Duncan 





FOOTBAL.L. 


*E 


R. OUCOTT, '08, 


*F. 


E. Troutman, '08, 


*T 


M. vSheridan, '08, 


*R. 


A. BURLINGAME, '08, 


*J. 


H. Westerbeke, '08 


*H 


D. Smith, '08, 


*F. 


C. Anderson, '08, 


*C. 


C. ShorklEy, '08, 


T. 


H. Sheridan, '08, 


C. 


G. HoppiN, '08, 


A. 


0. Fulton, '08, 


*G. 


DeF. Speirs, 'oq, 


*C. 


L. Aman, '09, 


*N 


WiGTON, '09, 


*G. 


C. BakewEll, '09, 


*A. 


K. Brumbaugh, '09, 


*L. 


B. Treat, '10, 


*R. 


H. Street, '10, 


*A. 


G. Black, 'ii. 



08, 



*P. Mackall, '07, 

*\\. H. Hesse, '07, 

*L. F. Galbraith, ' 

*C. Morsack, '08, 

*G. O. Bason, '08, 

LACROSSE. 

H. J. Prechtl, '07, 
W. R. Morris, '09, 
C. M. Daniels, '07, 
G. K. Herzog, '07, 



BASEBALL. 

*E. J. Sterner, '08, 
*J. S. Barker, '08, 
'08, *F. S. Kirk, '09, ^ 
*T. M. Uptegrafk, '09, 
*R. B. Serfass, '09. 



R. A. Mercur, '07, 
C. G. Barth, '08, 
J. C. Porter, '09, 
J. B. Carlock, '07. 



*E. M. McNally, '07, 
*P. O. McQueen, '07, 
*M. L. Smith, '07, 
*T. H. Sheridan, '08, 



TRACK. 

*C. L. Aman, '09, 
*W J. Gilligan, ' 
*R. J. Desh, '09, 
*H. M. RiLLY, '10, 



G. R. Roberts, '08, 
09, J- G. Shaw, '09, 

A. E. KrausE, '07, 
J. T. Waddill, '07 



♦Season of 1907. 



GYM. 

S. W. Brown, '07. 

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INTERCLASS TRACK MEET. 

Lehigh Field, May 11, 1907. 



Event. 

100- Yard Dash, 
220-Yard Dash, 
440-Yard Dash, 
Half-Mile Run, 
One-Mile Run, 
Two-Mile Run, 
) 20-Yard Hurdle, 
220-Yard Hurdle, 
Pole Vault, 
High Jump, 
Broad Jump, 
Shot Put, 
Hammer Throw, 



First. 

McNallv, '07. 
McNally, '07, 
Aman, '09, 
M. L. Smith, '07, 
McQueen, '07, 
McQueen, '07, 
Aman, '09, 
Aman, '09, 
Gene, '08, 
Riley, '10. 
Dunn, '10, 
Troutman. '08, 
Simmins, '09, 



Second. 
M. L. Smith, '07, 
M. L. Smith, '07, 
Gilligan, '09, 
Gilligan, '09, 
Fasenmver, '07, 
Shaw. '09, 
Lawrence, '09, 
Behney. '08, 
Thayer, '10, 
Roberts, '08, 
Desh, '09, 
Olcott, '08, 
Komara. 'OS, 



Third. 

O. Serf ass, '09. 
Gaston. '08, 
Dunn, '10. 
Van Blarcon. '10, 
Zouck, '09, 
Roberts, '08, 
Gilligan, '10, 
Lawrence. '09, 
Gilligan, '09, 
Sockwell, '10, 
Lawrence. '09, 
Gaston, '08. 
Bonander, '10 



Record. 

10 2-5 sec. 
23 4-5 sec. 
57 sec. 

2 min. 21 sec 
5 min. 6 3-5 sec 

1 1 min. 7 2-5 sec. 
1 7 4-5 sec. 

28 4-5 sec. 
9 ft. 6 in. 
5 ft. 1 in. 
19 ft. 8 in. 
34 ft. 2 in. 
78 ft. 2 in. 



HALF-MILE RELAY RACE. 

McNally, Fasenmyer. Smith, McNally 1907 First 

Behney, Roberts, Collins. Gaston 1908. Second 

O. Serfass, Young, Gilligan, Desh 1909, Third 

Gilligan, Sasser, Van Blarcon, SchafTner 1910 Fourth 



SCORE. 



1907 
Thirty-seven Points. 



1908 
Thirty Points. 



1909 
Forty-one Points. 



1910 
Eighteen Points. 



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TENNIS ASSOCIATION. 



(^p 



S. R Young, 

ly. C. D. Greenough, 



President. 
Treasurer. 



MEMBERS. 



J. A. Clarke, Jr., 

C. H. DORSEY, 

A. J. LOWENGRUND, 

F. G. PerlEy, 

A. N. Van VlEck, 

T. King, 



C. K. Brumbaugh, 

F. R. Adelhelm, 
S. R. Young, 

G. H. Dayett, 
C. B. Digby, 
H. G. Harvey, 



W. H. Phillippi. 



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LEHIGH UNIVERSITY GUN CLUB. 



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J. R. Prizer, 

E. ^L\CFARLANE, 



OFFICERS. 



President 
Secretary and Treasurer 



MEMBERS. 



Dr. H. S. Drinker, 
Prof. \V. L. Wilson, 
W. L. Archer, 
A. L. Altemus, 
H. H. Davis, 
\V. C. Duncan, 
L. Dunning, 

S. K. ESHELMAN, 

W. G. Frome, 



E. R. GOLDSBORO, 

H. Kaminski, 

A. J. McMURTRIE, 

H. R. Phillips, 
J. M. Raine, 
C. Saenz, 

C. A. SCHWARZWAELDER, 

T. H. Sheridan, 

F. E. Troutman, 



S Welles. 



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FOUNDER'S DAY SPORTS. 

Founder's Day, October 11, 1907. 



Event. 
Relay, 
Football, 
Baseball, 



Winner. 
Sophomores, 
Freshme.v, 
Freshmen, 



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SOPHOMORE BASEBALL TEAM. 



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Shall, catcher, 
Anderson, shortstop, 
BiLLHEiMER, center field, 
H. P. Smith, center field. 
Pierce, left field, 
Roper, first base, 
Archibald, second base, 



RiLEv, right field, 
HoucK, catcher, 
Butler, first base, 
\V. E. Smith, third base, 
BuTZ, pitcher, 
Kenney, second base, 
Richards, center field. 



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ft 


^^B^MSj^^S 


K 


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■^' 


'J 


'9 


M^^^t 




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SOPHOMORE TRACK TEAM. 



GiLLIGAX, 



Drxx, 



Dunning, 



Van Blarcom, 



SCHAFFNER. 



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SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL TEAM. 



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Mathews, forward, 
Butler, guard, 
Gardner, forward, 
Waltz, center. 



RowEN, forward, 
ScHALL, forward, 
SCHAFFNER, forward. 
Bertschy, guard. 



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ri*. 






T ^ 

a 


^V^B^^V '^^^^^mw 





FRESHMAN FOOTBALL TEAM. 



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Scott, right half-back, 
Lazarus, right tackle, 
Blair, right guard, 
Becker, right guard, 
Tarbell, fullback, 
DeNeyse, center, 
Dillon, right end, 
McKiNSEY, left end, 



Wells, left tackle, 
Reese, left guard, 
Ferris, right tackle, 
Herman, left end, 
Simpson, left half-back. 
Cannon, right end, 
TrEmlETT, right tackle, 
Priestley, left half-back, 



Hoffman, left guard. 



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FRESHMAN BASEBALL TEAM. 



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Vela, first base, 
Jacoby, left field, 
Churchill, catcher, 
Borden, center field. 



Miller, right field 



Fisher, second base. 
Rose, shortstop, 
FlippEn, pitcher, 
Chiraboga, third base. 



2<Sr 




FRESHMAN RELAY TEAM. 



017 



Tremlett, 
Wear, 



Scott, 



Lazarus, 
Dawson. 



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FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM. 



C^) 



McCoy, forward, 
Addams, forward, 
Kesselman, forward, 



MuRDOCK, guard, 
BuLLEY, guard, 
Merkle, center. 



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LEHIGH. 



A LMA MATER —dear old Lehigh, 

Raise the name, let it resound, 
Never was a dearer, kinder 
Alma Mater ever found. 

Well we love our Alma Mater 
With a love both true and strong. 
And thruout our life's long journey 
Shall our hearts to her belong. 

How it sets the red blood tingling 
When we see the White and Brown, 
How it sets the boys to cheering 
When the enemy goes down. 

In far lands in honored places 
Are strong men, dear Lehigh's sons 
Winning laurels and successes. 
They are Lehigh's honored ones. 

Alma Mater, — dear old Lehigh, 
Raise the name, let it resound. 
Never was a dearer, kinder 
Alma Mater ever found. 



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E. L. P. 



A HISTORY OF LEHIGH. 

LEHIGH UNIVERSITY owes its origin to the determination of Judge 
Asa Packer, the builder of the Lehigh Valley Railroad, to return to 
his State and country a part of the wealth he had gained from his 
success along financial and engineering lines. His decision to establish an 
educational institution for the training of young men of the Lehigh Valley 
and elsewhere began to take form in 1864, and his philanthropic idea soon 
crystallized. 

In 1865 the trustees met and organized; in February, 1866, an act 
incorporating Lehigh University was passed by the Legislature of Penn- 
sylvania; and on September ist, of the same year, the Institution was 
formally opened. 

The beginning of Lehigh University was very modest indeed. There 
were but two classes, and the building in which they worked and recited 
was a church edifice, bought from the Moravian Brethren; we know it 
now as Christmas Hall. The rooms in the building were rented to the 
students as dormitories, and a regular boarding house was provided under 
the personal direction of the faculty. Packer Hall was scarcely above 
its foundations. The faculty, as announced in the register of 1866, num- 
bered six professors and one instructor. According to the scheme then in 
force, all students took the same studies for the first two years, and not 
until the third year did they elect the course they wished to pursue during 
the last two years. The courses open to choice were five: General Liter- 
ature, Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Mining and Metallurgy, 
and Analytical Chemistry. 

But this state of affairs was not permanent. The University imme- 
diately began to grow and prosper. The large enrollment of students soon 
compelled the faculty to give up their boarding house and dormitory rooms. 
Beautiful and well-equipped buildings sprang up and were occupied by 
an ever increasing number of students. In the fall of 1868, Packer Hall 
was completed, and the same year Robert Sayre, Esquire, of South Beth- 
lehem, gave the Observatory which bears his name. Eight years later 
Saucon Hall was erected. This building, like Christmas Hall, was also used 
as a dormitory until the needs of the growing Institution required it for 
educational purposes. In 1879 the Library was built at a cost of $100,000. 
This building was designed by the Founder as a memorial to his daughter, 
Mrs. Lucy Packer Linderman, and at his death was endowed with the sum 
■of $400,000. The rise of interest in Physical Culture resulted in a well- 
appointed gymnasium building, erected at a cost of $40,000. The neces- 

286 



sity for new Laboratories became pressing, and in 1883 a large, well-equipped 
Chemical Laboratory was built, and a few years later a Physical Labor- 
atory. At the seventh anniversary celebration of Founder's Day, Oct- 
tober 8th, 1885, the corner stone of Packer Memorial Chapel was laid. This 
magnificent structure was the gift of Mrs. Mary Packer Cummings in memory 
of her family. The next new structure was Williams Hall, built in 1903^ 
the gift of an Alumnus of the University, Prof. E. H. Williams of the class 
of '75. The most recent additions to the University buildings are the Com- 
mons; Taylor Hall, the gift of Andrew Carnegie; and Drown Memorial 
Hall. Besides these more important buildings, there are the combined 
Engineering Laboratory and Engine House, the Field House and the Cage, 
for winter practice in the various sports. 

As the University grew, not only were buildings erected, but new 
courses were established and old ones revised. In 1877 Judge Packer estab- 
lished a Classical Professorship, and the University was divided into two 
schools: General Literature and Technology. Three years later separate 
chairs of Greek and Latin — up to this time under one professor — were estab- 
lished. To the school of General Literature, the Latin Scientific Course 
was added, and in 1889 the whole scheme of studies in this school was thor- 
oughly revised. In the school of Technology as early as 1881, the rapid 
influx of students necessitated the creation of new chairs. In the depart- 
ment of Metallurgy, separate chairs of Mining and Geology, and Metal- 
lurgy and Mineralogv were established. In like manner Mechanical Engi- 
neering and Civil Engineering, hitherto united, were divided. In 1884 
an advanced course in Electricity was founded, and in 1888 a regular course 
in Electrical Engineering with proper degree, was instituted. The latest 
additions are the Chemical Engineering Course, recently established to 
meet the needs of this rapidly growing science, and the Course in Electro- 
Metallurgy, each with suitable degrees. 

In the college life at Lehigh, athletics have always held a prominent 
place. Baseball was the first game to be established. A strong team 
is annually put in the field. In football Lehigh's early reputation was 
enviable. Both Pennsylvania and Lafayette were defeated in 1886, Lehigh 
winning the championship of the State. In 1893 the team was beaten 
only by Princeton and Pennsylvania, and ranked fifth in the United States. 
Since then Lehigh's fortune has been varied. There have been winning 
teams and losing teams, but victories and defeats have been alike honorable. 
Lehigh's triumphs in lacrosse have been marked. In i8go, '93, '95 and 
'96, Lehigh held the championship of the LTnited States. In basketball 
on her own floor Lehigh has been almost invincible. Track athletics and 
gymnastic meets have not been neglected, as many well-won banners attest. 

287 



All athletic contests at Lehigh are supervised by the Athletic Commit- 
tee composed of members of the faculty, alumni and undergraduates. This 
•committee was organized by the trustees in 1895. 

Outside the classroom, voluntary and independent investigation is 
given full scope in the clubs formed in the various departments. Thus, 
in the School of Technology the Civil Engineering Society dates from 1900. 
The Mechanical vSociety was founded in 1900, and the Electrical Engi- 
neering Society in 1887, and reorganized in 1901. The Mining and Geo- 
logical Society was established in 1899, and in 1906 the Chemical Society. 
The school of General Literature is represented by the Arts and Science 
Club, founded in 1905. 

In mentioning the intellectual elements in the student life, we must 
not forget the publications. The oldest of these is the Epitome, which 
was begun in 1875. For nine years it was in the hands of the vSophomore 
Class, but since then the Junior Class has had it in charge. The Lehigh 
Burr was established in the fall of 1881, and represents the literary side 
of the Publications. In 1895 the Brown and White, a bi-weekly period- 
ical designed to chronicle current news, appeared, and achieved immediate 
success. 

During the progress of the events here briefly chronicled, five pres- 
idents have directed the destinies of Lehigh. Dr. Henry Coppee, a graduate 
of the United vStates ]\Iilitary Academy, was our first President, serving 
until 1875 when he resigned, retaining, however, the chair of English. For 
twenty years he held this chair and watched the growth of Lehigh, until 
death ended his service for her. 

The Reverend John McDowell Leavitt, D. D., a graduate of Jefferson 
College, was the second President of Lehigh University, serving until 1879. 
Upon his resignation, the Honorable Robert Alexander Lamberton, 
LL.D., was elected President. He was a prominent lawyer and had long 
been connected with the University as an active trustee. He presided 
vigorously and ably over the University until his death in 1893. He was 
succeeded by Doctor Thomas Messinger Drown, a man of broad education, 
a graduate of Pennsylvania, a student at Yale and Harvard, and later at 
Freiburg and Heidelburg. Doctor Drown was an authority in Chemistry, 
well known and esteemed among scientific and professional men, and pecu- 
liarly fitted for successful college administration. His death on November 
1 6th, 1904, was a sad blow to the University and all interested in her. 

Of Doctor Drinker, our present President, little need be said. A grad- 
uate of Lehigh in the Class of 1871, his heart is in his work. He has the 
love of the students, the esteem of alumni, and the confidence of the trustees. 
In the short time during which he has been the presiding officer of the Uni- 
versity he has accomplished wonders, and with the aid of the loyal alumni 
and zealous trustees and friends of Lehigh, he will do even more. 



TO YOU. 

Two eyes of restless blue; 
Soul's windows, where love light shining through, 
Makes my heart sing a song of sorriest pain, 
When it ilies — until it conies again. 

Two lips that a rose might see, and blush; 
Two lips that a Cupid fain would hush! 
No mortal on earth would refrain from fea; 
If dangerous roses came too near. 

Tresses of gold like a-a-(let me see) 
Throat of a swan— I mean— (Oh dear me!) 
A figure that Venus would marvel at; 
(Now what in blazes will rhyme with that . \ 

Fairest daughter of-of-(.her father, of- course!) 
Proudly borne head — (Jove! that sounds like a norse!) 
Thy proudly borne head borne with Goddess-like grace; 
Scratch it! won't do! Two bornes in the same place. 

1 — we — Her — that is — I mean — Oh D n! ! 

A man might go to his desk and write, 

A man might scribble and quibble all night 

Of lips like roses and eyes of blue, 

Yet no verse was e'er made to do justice to you! 



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A Taste of Their Own Medicine. 



Lehigh University, South Bethlehem, Pa 



COLLEGE LECTURES. 



Charles Dorsev, Professor, 



Henry H. Ketcham, Asst. Professor, j 



- Instructors. 



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Following will be found a complete record of the students in this department 
for term ending February i, 1908. 



Name. 


Grade. 


Remarks. 


J. F. Klein, 


Excused, 


Faithftil attendant. 


C. L. Thornburg, 


F 


Excluded from Reexamination. 


\Vm. C. Thayer, 


F 


Attends his own only. 


P. A. Lambert, 


Excused, 


Attendance interferes with midday siesta. 


\V. S. Franklin, 


A + 


Especial credit for operating the stereoptican^ 


J. L. Stewart, 


E 


Present only when he introduces the speaker. 


William Esty, 


C 




Robert \V. Blake, 


E 


Allows nothing to interfere with luncheon. 


Chas. J. Goodwin, 


D 




Howard Eckfeldt, 


E 


"Cuts" not understood, see professor-in- 
charge if you have doctor's certificate. 


Arthur Meaker, 


D 


Attends when subject is mathematics or locaT 
option. 


P. M. Palmer, 


E 




\V. B. Schoeber, 


C 




F. P. McKibben, 


E 


No stresses involved. 


\V. L. Wilson, 


Excused, 


Too rapt up in the elements of railroad engi- 
neering. 


J. W. Richards, 


5-999 


Entitled to a reexamination. 



In the coming 
at this department 



term each student should do his utmost to raise the standard 
Signed, 

Jim Myers. 



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SONNET 

Addressed to the Math. Dept. Bulletin Boards. 



YE FROWNING boxes, heartless, heedless thou; 
If ye had hearts what memories would be yours! 
For ye have seen the triumph and despair 
Of many a class, which entered these grim doors 
Two hundred strong, eager, expectant, keen 
To meet their work, hopeful and fearless they 
Who thought each one, to struggle and to win 
The goal which crowns this long and toilsome way. 
They came, they strove, on you their fate appeared. 
They read, their tense expectant faces showed 
If what they saw, was what they hoped or feared, 
Most fell, a bare four score survived the road, — 
And ye shall stand, while we like shadows pass, 
And blazon fate to many an unborn class. 



T. K., '08. 



O^ 

/^ FOR a home on Greenland's shore, 
^^ Amid the snow and sleet. 
Where I might live in peace once more, 
Far from all thoughts of heat. 

The torture of my present state 

Is sad beyond dispute. 
For what I know of this exam. 

Is zero, absolute. 

And, as I think of what will come, 
My blood chills at the thought. 

My thermometric constant then 
Is zero, zero naught. 



I am afraid that I will rise 
Not even one degree, 

Foi, ah, my scales the scale of 
And not the scale of "C." 




To pen such words as these 
'Twere futile e'en to try, 

Enough for us to fit the thought 
Where best it will ai)ijly. 



Mathews' Grub — 

"Same old story, nothing new." 

Gree.xough, '09 — 

"Surely mortal man is a broomstick." 

Sophomores — 

"Two up and two to go." 

Light and Souxd Book — 

"Something betw-een a hindrance and a help." 

Physics Lecture — 

"And the voice in iTiy dreaming ear melted away." 

OrphEum vs. Calculus — 

"I do perceive here a divided duty." 

Brumbaugh, 'oS-'og-'io-'i i — 

"Superfluous lags the veteran on the stage." 
191 1 — 

"Beautiful as sweet! 
And young as beautiful! and soft as young! 



And gav as soft! and innocent as gav." 



Choir — 



"The crow doth sing as sweetly." 

South Bethlehem Maiden — 

"Is she not more than painting can express, 
Or youthful poets fancy when they love." 

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Class in Crystallography — 

"Our army swore terribly in Flanders — but nothing to this." 

Midyear Exams — 

"These are the times that try men's souls." 

Ellis Twins — 

"As modest and attentive as blushing maids." 

1909 Epitome — 

"I have found out a gift for my fair." 

Epitome Editors — 

"Devise wit, write pen, for I am whole volumes in folio." 

Windy Wilson — 

"I take all knowledge to be my possession." 
New CtVM — 

"When will this dream come true?" 

Prof. Stewart — 

" A l)ook, sir, that is a monument of learning and a storehouse of 

knowledge." 
Shoemaker, '10 — 

" Use Sapolio." 

Brick Testing Machine in Packer Hall — 
" Wouldn't that jar you?" 

Senior — 

"I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course." 

Descriptive Geometry — 

"And out of mind as soon as out of sight." 

Thorny — 

"Second cousin to a government mule." 

TURRILL — 

"He left a name at which the world grew pale. 
To point a moral, or adorn a tale." 

MoRSS, '09, (?) — 

"Seldom he smiles, and smiles in such a sort. 
As if he mocked himself, and scorned his spirit, 
That could be moved to smile at anything." 
Freshman Chem. Lab. — 

"The rankest compound of villainous smell that ever offended nostril." 

Night Before Exams — 

"This is the night that makes me or undoes me quite." 
The Burr — 

"The humor (i*) of it." 

Economics — 

"Im])lores the passing tribute of a sigh." 

Class Dues — 

"Base is the slave that pays." 

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Ellis Bros. — 

"We two are to ourselves a crowd." 

The Burr — 

"The dull product of a scoffer's pen." 

Physics Exams — 

"The attempt, and not the deed, confounds us." 

Glee Club — 

"In notes by distance made more sweet." 

Faculty Room — 

"The chamber where the good man meets his fate." 

Flunkouts — 

"How are the mighty fallen." 

Any. Mac. — 

"In this matter the only certainty is that there is nothing certain." 

"Pop" Meaker — 

"Of sixty years he seemed, and well might last for sixty more." 

McMuRTRiE, '08 — 

"Whatever thou hast to say, be it more or less, say it in a low, soft» 

gentle tone of voice." 
Flory, '09; Hess, '09 — 

"Up from the meadows, rich with corn." 
Prof. Lowexstein — 

"I'm called awaj', but I leave my character behind me." 

Summer School — 

" 'Twas a victory; yes, but it cost us dear." 

Hechinger, '09 — 

"The fiend is strong within him." 
Brumbaugh, 'o? — ■ 

"I have a beard coming." 

Quaxtitative Laboratory — 

" Sabean odors from the spicy shores of Araby, the blest." 

ShorklEy, '08 — 

"A most delicate monster." 
Choir — 

"Linked sweetness long drawn out." 
McCormick, '10 — 

"O, that this too, to solid flesh would melt." 

Epitome — 

" — And so we penned 
It down, until at last it came to be 
For length and breadth, the bigness which you see." 
Boyd, '09 — 

" O, wad some power the giftie gie us 
To see ourselves as ithers see us." 

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Rick, '09 — 

"Much may be made of a Dutchman, if he be caught young " 

"Mike" Bennett — 

"The evil men do lives after them." 

Analytical Mechanics — 

"If there should be another flood, 
For refuge thither fly, 
Altho the whole world he submerged 
That book would still be dry." 

Young, '09 — 

"He never, no never, was known to say damn." 

Beckhoefer, '10 — 

" 'Tis remarkable that they talk most who have the least to say." 

Price, '10 — 

"For profound and solid lying much renowned." 

Mosouera, '08 — 

" Hair cut, sir?" 
1 9- 1 1 — 

"Have you seen our little cherubs?" 

GUNZENHAUSER, '09; SCHWARZ WAELDER, 'iO 

"I would to God thou and I knew where " 
A commodity of new names were to be bought." 

Thornburg, '09 — 

"This bold, bad man." 

"Prof" Daniels — 

"Rejoice we; Nature formed but one such man, and^broke the die in 
molding." 

McCann, '08 — 

"Night after night 
He sat and bleared his eyes with books." 

Smank, '09 — 

"Above the vulgar flight of common souls " 

Metallurgy — 

"The damned use that word in hell." 

Thornburg, 'o9-'ii-'i3-'i5-Etc. — 

"What! Will this line stretch out to the crack o' doom?" 

Prof. Stewart — 

"At every word, a reputation dies." 

Carl's — 

"There was a sound of revelry by night." 

Ganung, '09 — 

"A progeny of learning." 

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A SOLILOQUY. 

9 

jV /IV PIPE is out, no one's about, 
IVl 'Xht time has come to study! 
I try in vain to work my brain 
My thoughts are dim and muddy. 

I look behind and there I find 

A row of ghastly flunks. 

While College rules and Summer schools 

Have cost me many plunks. 

I look before and sere and sore 
The anguish fills my soul, 
For far and wide on every side 
Exams and quizes roll. 

While here I sit, the moments flit, 
A hard exam to-morrow, 
An E for me I plainly see 
Which I shall view with sorrow. 

'Tis ever thus, no use to cuss! 
But why should I complain, 
'Tis plain to see no hope for me — 
^'11 light my pipe again. 

T K , '08 



29^ 




In Days Gone Bv. 



REVENGE. 

A Melo Drama in 2 Acts and a Prolog. 

PROLOG. 

Scene: Room — Section B, Taylor Hall. Time: Midnight. Brummie and the Red 
One are discovered in the midst of a dark, deep plot. Suddenly the telephone bell 
upstairs rings. A voice is heard, " Hell-(>."' 
The Red One: "Hist! What is that?" 

Brummie: "It was only the cry of our victims to be — " Hell-0! 
The Red One: "Thinkest thou our plan will work?" 
Brummie: "It will unless the water wagon runs dry." 

CL'RT.AIX. 

ACT I. — Scene: Open court before Taylor Hall. Sky, cloudless. A group of inmates 

of Section E are seen lounging about the steps. There is a holiday expression 

on all faces. 

Cliver, '09: "This is a great day for the ])icture." 

Chorus: "Now tell us once more how soon the stuff must be in for the Epi- 
tome." 

Cliver, '09: "Honest tho, I was really afraid it would rain." 

BakewELL, '09 (looking at his watch): "It's about time that picture man 
gets here." 

Dorsey, '08: "There he comes now." 

Lanky McC.^iNN, '08: "Heyl you Freshman, run up to the second floor anci 
tell ' Crook' and ' Dick ' to comb their hair in a hustle." 

An auburn haired individual wearing a derby hat and a smile appears with a 
photographer's outfit. There is a consultation with McCann, '08. 

McCaa: "Now in order to get the most artistic effect, it will be necessary to 
group the men in as — " 

McCanx, '08: "Exactly! Fellows, sit down." 

McC.aa: "Fellows, we have a fine day and I'll make you a nice picture." 

(Brummie and the Red One who have been crawling along the cornice above 
from Section D to E, chuckle with Satanic glee.) 

McCaa: "Now fellows — Ketcham there, please don't cross your limbs." 

Crowd: "Ha! Ha! he said 'Limbs.'" 

McCaa: "Now fellows, act perfectly natural — you help me and I'll make you 
an artistic pict — " 

Crowd: "Oh! cut it out." ( A period of confusion. The group is finally coaxed 
back into geometrical form.) 

McCaa: "Now, are you all ready i" I'll count three. Look this way." 

Aleck, '09: "Watch the birdie" 

Brummie (above): "Not yet, but soon." 

McCaa: "Here we are, now all ready, one two — " 

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"And the rain descended and the floods came." From out the cloudless sky, a 
torrent of water pours upon the luckless group, drenching every member. Brummie 
and the Red One above, quickly withdraw the Section K four-inch hose, and flee. 

Chorus: "O, H ! ! ? ? ! X ? !" 

Brummie (in flight) : "The telephone omen is fulfilled. Not Hello, but 
O, Hell! Reds, I am now going to do some special work in the Physical Laboratory. 
See you later." 

Chori'S (still): "! ! ! X ! ? ? ! !" 

CURTAIN. 

ACT II — Scene: Same as Act I. Time: 2 A. M. Four dark forms glide across the 

court from Section E trailing a garden hose. .Moonlight streams upon the window 

of Room , Section B. 

First Conspirator (gazing into window) : "He sleeps." 

Second Conspirator: " My lady love sleep." 

(Over the innocent countenance of "Little Eva" slumbering within there passes 
-a smile of rapturous joy. Brummie is dreaming of last week's Orpheum soubrette. 

First Conspirator (holding the hose) : "Oh! that innocent smile. I dare 
not do it." 

Second, Third .and Fourth Conspirators: "Revenge! revenge! ye coward." 

(Just then Brummie's dream changes. The happy smile becomes a gleeful 
■chuckle.) 

Brummie (tossing in bed): "And they were so glad it was a clear day." 

First Conspirator (shouting across the court to Sixth Conspirator at the hose 
.attachment): "On with the flood!" 

Sound of crashing glass and the sizzle sozzle of a garden hose. 

Brummie (in bed) : "O H !" 

CURTAIN 



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March 2, 1907.— Lehigh 
takes the West Point 
basket ball five into 
camp with a score of 
26 to 24. 

5. — The vSeniors banquet 
at the Wyandotte. 
That's all. 

9. — Swarthmore in a stub- 
born contest, again de- 
feated by the Brown 
and White 37 to 23. 

II. — The last of the series 
of the Y. M. C. A. enter- " , 
tainment course, the 
Ion Jackson Concert ' , 
Company, maintains the | 
same high standard set 
by the previous numbers 



12. — The Class of 1908 holds their 
annual banquet. Not Broadhead's 
but the Wyandotte. 

15. — The Sophomores tliink it is time 
for them to eat also. 

16. — A concert is given by the com- 
bined musical clubs in tlie Grand 
Opera House. 

19. — The Freshmen liave tlieir first 

bancjuet. The menu includes Mel- 

len's Food and milk. 
22. — Initiatory banquet of the Tau 

Beta Pi at the Eagle Hotel. 
23. — The "L" gymnastic contest won 

by L. A. Moore, '07. 
27. — 12 M. — Easter recess is on. 

April 4. — College reopens. 

6. — The baseball team begins the sea- 
son by winning from Albright 4 to 3. 

10. — C. C. N. Y. is beaten in lacrosse 
5 to I. A driving snow-sciuall 
makes the contest a picturesque one. 

13. — Lehigh wins in baseball from St. 
Johns, I to o; and the lacrosse team 
does the same at Baltimore with Mt. 
Washington 8 to 5. 

17. — Lehigh battles with the Army at 
West Point and is victorious 13 to 7 

18. — Our lacrosse team ties with Har- 
vard in a contest which darkness 
ends. Score 6-6. 

19. — II A. M. — Dr. Wiley lectures in 
his usual fine style on "The vService 
of Science to the State." 

The alumni of the Bethlehem 
Preparatory School, who are stu- 
dents at Lehigh, meet and form a 
permanent organization. 

9 P. M. — The second of the So])h- 
omore Cotillion dances takes place 
at the Eagle. 

20. — The baseball nine continues to 
win. Lehigh 6, C. C. N. V. 3. The 
lacrosse team meets its first defea 
from Johns Hopkins at Haltimore. 
Score 12 to 2. 



26. — 4 P. M. — Formation of a Bethle- 
hem High School Lehigh Club. 
8 P. M. — A joint meeting of the 
mining engineering societies of Col- 
umbia, Lafayette and Lehigii is held 
in Williams Hall. 

8 P. M.— Organ recital by T. 
Edgar Shields before a large audi- 
ence in the Chapel. 

27. — A strenuous day for Lehigh ath- 
letes with the following rather poor 
results: Dickinson 6, Lehigh 5; 
Stevens 12, Lehigh 2. The relay 
team also ran on Franklin P'ield. 

May I. — A new record established — 
the 1908 Epitome is out on time. 

Villanova defeats us in baseball 
4 to 2. 

4. — In a contest replete with specta- 
cular plays, the lacrosse team downs 
Swarthmore 7 to i. 

Lafayette wins the first of the 
series in baseball, but wait! 

5. — The 1909 Epitome Board holds 
its initial meeting and elects oflficers. 

8. — Our fifth victory in baseball is 
made by defeating Stevens. Score 
9-4. 

II. — The Class of 1909 wins the inter- 
class meet. The Seniors come second 
and the Juniors third. The Fresh- 
men take their usual place — last. 

17. — II A. M. — Dr. W. L. Estes gives 
the first of a series of two lectures 
on "The Modern Science of Pre- 
vention." 

4 P. M. — The Sophomore lacrosse 
team trims the Freshman twelve. 

18. — Penn. State manages to beat us 
by the close score of 3 to 2. 

The game is a splendid exhibition 
of baseball. 

21. — The 1909 Class "shines" again 
by winning from the Juniors in 
lacrosse. 

24. — II A. M. — The second lecture 
bv Dr. Estes. 



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8 P. M. — Open air smoker at the 
flag pole. The college band renders 
valuable assistance toward the suc- 
cess of this innovation. 

25. — Lafayette meets her Waterloo in 
baseball 4 to 2 and — there's more 
coming. 

28. — The Ben Greet performances on 
the campus. At 3 P. M. — "Twelfth 
Night" is presented and at 8 o'clock 
"A Midsummer Night's Dream." 

31. — Exams begin. Nothing further 
need be said. 

June 8.— 3.30 P. M.— The "Grand 
Finale" of the Lafayette series: 
Lehigh 4, Lafayette 2 We've wait- 
ed four long years l^ut — "every- 
thing comes to him who waits." 
There is much mourning and deep 
sorrow twelve miles down the river. 

8 P. M — The annual Calculus 
Cremation held near the flag pole. 

9. — Baccalaureate Sermon in the 
Chapel at II A. M. by the Rt. Rev. 
Cortlandt Whitehead, D. D., S. T. 
D., Bishop of Pittsburgh. 

10. — 2 P. M. — Class Day exercises in 
the rear of Dr. Drinker's residence. 

4 P. M. — The 'Varsity lacrosse 
team defeats the alumni i to o. 

9 P. M. — The Junior Hop in the 
gymnasium. 

II. — 11.30 A. M. — Annual Meeting 
of the Alumni Association. Move- 
ment enthusiastically set on foot for 
a million dollar endowment fund. 

I P. M. — Alumni luncheon in the 
gymnasium. 

3.30 P. M. — Last baseball game 
of the season with the University 
of Alabama. A victory Ijy the 
score of 5 to 4. 

8 P. M. — Phi Beta Kappa address 
in the Chapel by the Rev. George 
W. Knox, D. D., LL. D., on "The 
Message of the East." 



9 P. M. — President's reception in 
the gymnasium. 
12. — 10.30 A. M. — Commencement ex- 
ercises in the Chapel. Alumni ad- 
dress to the graduates by Charles 
L. Taylor, '76. 

Sept. 18. — Sophomore - Freshman rush 
takes place at midnight in front of 
Packer Hall. Freshmen show great 
determination. 

College Commons commences op- 
erations. Dormitory life takes a 
real start. 

President Drinker welcomes the 
Freshmen to Lehigh at the first 
Chapel exercises. 

19. — Recitations for the year begin. 
No rest for the weary. 

21. — Postponed opening day rush be- 
tween the Sohpomores and Fresh- 
men takes place on the athletic 
field. Sophs win by a big margin. 

28. — Barometer falls — also rain — also 
Muhlenberg's hope of winning Le- 
high's opening football game. vScore 
29-0. 

Oct. 2. — Jefferson Medical — an easy 
mark. Score 35-0. 

5. — U. P's second team furnishes us 
with a little amusement. vScore 28-6. 
9. — Founder's Day Hop. 

10. — Sophs and Freshmen adorn the 
telephone poles with their procs 
during the early morning hours. 
Address by W. H. Nichols, LL. D., 
in the Chapel at 11 A. M. 

Freshmen have sport with the 
Sophs in the afternoon, immediately 
following which Freshmen can be 
seen promenading the campus in 
corduroys and flannel shirts. 

12. — Our team beats Rutgers 16-6. 
Christian Association's reception is 
the main attraction of the evening. 

18. — College lecture by F. L. Waldo on 
"Civil Service Reform." 



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19- — Medico-Chi gets a biff sky high- 
Score 2 2-0. 

25. — Sophomores tender the Fresh- 
men a smoker. Great send-off given 
our football team at the station as 
they start for Carlisle. 

26. — For the second time in succession 
Lehigh ties with Dickinson. Score 
6-6. 

Nov. I. — First college smoker of the 
year. Sophs defeat Freshmen at 
basketball 17-10. "Pee-rade" fol- 
lows smoker. 

2. — Lehigh sends a large delegation 
of rooters to the Haverford game. 
Haverford wins by a score of 12-4. 

8. — Prof. Wood of Johns Hopkins 
lectures on "Modern Airships." A 
bomerang exhibition follows on the 
athletic field. 

9. — Lehigh 34, N. Y. U. o. 

16. — Lehigh downs Ursinus 27-0. 

20. — Jacob Riis, "the most useful 
citizen in N. Y. City," lectures under 
the auspices of the Y. M. C. A. 

22. — Lafayette smoker creates great 
enthusiasm. Many alumni speak. 
" Pee-rade" after. 

23. — Lafayette defeats Lehigh in a 
battle royal. Score 22-5. 

Speirs' 65 -yard run for a touch- 
down not allowed. At the close of 
the game Mike Bennett takes a 
sneak 

28. — Great crowd witnesses a free 
game of football between Carnegie 
Tech and Lehigh, at Pittsburgh, in 
which the Brown and White is 
victorious, 2 i-o. 

Dec. 5. — Miss Isabel Beecher gives an 
excellent impersonation of "Mon- 
sieur Beaucaire." 



7. — Prof. L. P. Breckenridge addresses 
the college on "How to ]?urn Bitum- 
inous Coal in Boiler h'uranccs with- 
out smoke." 

14. — Minstrel Association gives its an- 
nual performance in the opera house. 

Jan. 3. — Lecture by C. S. Smith on 
"American Citizenship." 

7. — Hon. Champ Clark delights his 
audience with visions of the future 
United States. 

16. — George Kierman impersonates 
"Rip Van Winkle." 

17. — Dr. Raymond addresses the col- 
lege on the "Geology of Jamaica." 

31. — Everyone draws a sigh of relief ,^ 
the exams are over. 

Feb. I. — Villanova's basketball team 
takes a tumble. Score 65-5. 

7. — Rev. Ethelbert Tablot in an ex- 
ceedingly interesting college lecture 
portrays life among the mining camps 
of Wyoming and Idaho. 

8. — Gym is crowded to overflowing at 
the Swarthmore game. Ladies line- 
up is particularly fine. Band peals 
forth a melodious mixture of martial 
music. 

12. — Formation of New Jersey-Lehigh 
Club. Look out for the "Skeeters." 

14. — Our basketball team keeps up 
its good record. 

Lehigh 59, Susquehanna 21. 

15. — Gym team puts up a fine exhibi- 
tion of skill and endurance, but 
Haverford goes us one better. 
Score, Haverford 27, Lehigh 21. 

22. — Junior Oratorical Contest takes 
place in the Chapel. Basketball 
game with N. Y. U. Law School in 
the evening, Lehigh 41, N. Y. U. 12. 



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Before Chfistmas. 




After Christmas. 




MiTMAN, '09 — "What do we have in Economics this week?" 
Devine, '09 — "Baldy." 

Freshman (in Chemistry) — "When nitric acid is exposed to air, an invisable 
odor comes off." 

DowLixG (with 1908 Epitome) — "Some pretty good jokes on you in here, 
Professor." 

Professor Lambert — "Well, is there any on you?" 

DOWLING — " No." 

Professor Lambert — "I knew it, you aren't worth one." 

From Freshman's Chemistry Note Book — "Methyl orange is a good indicator; 
if put in an acid solution it is orange and in an alkali solution it becomes methyl." 

Stamilman, '08 — " What's the matter with tliis instrument, Professor? It 
shows everything upside down." 

Professor Wilson — " Well, then set it up, upside down." 

It is claimed by some that Lehigh is changing into an Agricultural College as 
the Physics Department is growing lemons. 

Roberts, '08 (at the Commons) — "You know most of us don't eat here except 
at meals." 



Stevens — "vSay, Brummy are you going to try for tlie Minstrel Show?" 
Brumbaugh — "No, I can't Baer Love, and I don't Love Baer." 

■Vv^iNDv" Wilson — "Yes, that's the cowcatcher. They put it in the rear of 
the train on the Lehigh and New England Railroad." 

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Instructor — "Mr. , how would a dynamo work with a wooden air-gap?" 

Roper, 'io — "vSay, Warnke, don't you express the tensile strength of a bolt in 
horse-power?" 

Mr. StockeR — "Now you have five points. Can you put a line through them?" 
Galbraith, 'ii — "Yes, the Easton Traction Company's line." 

Prof. Wilson (in Junior Railroads) — "This section will meet at the Monocacy 
Bridge this afternoon for an inspection trip." 

Hain, '09 — "Where is the Monocacy Bridge?" 
Prof. Wilson — "In front of Karl Eckhardt's." 
Hain, '09 — "Oh, now I know." 
Class— "Ha! ha! ha!" 

HellER; '09, says that Jack Ogburn gets up early so that he has more time to 
loaf during the day. 

"Benny" (in Physics) — "A screen with a hole in it one square centimeter in 
diameter." 

"Pop" (in Calculus) — "You can sometimes tell what one means by what he 
says." 

UmblE (in Dynamos and Motors) — "What's the difference between degrees 
centigrade and centigrade degrees'" 

The lack of available gags this year is due to the resignation of Mr. Lowenstein' 
Mr. Turril and Dr. Schenk. 

Cliver, "09 — "Who is this Mike Bennett anyway?" 

Question — "Have you seen Barry's new automobile (automobubble)?" 
Answer — "Bubble, bubble lab fees double." 

Prof. Lambert (looking over Bakewell's work) — "Why, Mr. Bakewell, I don't 
understand it." 

Bakewell — "Why, Professor, perhaps if you studied your lesson you could 
understand it." 

Mr. Sevfert — "If you tried to start up a dynamo and it wouldn't work what 
would you do?" 

SchnelLER — "Hunt for the trouble." 

Wharton (to Prof. Palmer) — "Will you translate into French, 'What do you 
think of John?' " 

Wharton (after the sentence has been translated) — "Suppose you should 
change the sentence to read 'What do you think of me,' how would you translate it?" 

Prof. Palmer — "Don't ask me for I might tell you." 

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Prof. Franklin (to Schwcnk) — "Did you ever see a hollow in the water like 

this ?" 

ScHWENK — "Didn't the moon have some effect on that?" 

Prof. Franklin — "Is Mr. Lemon present?" 

Junior Electricity Class — No response. 

Prof. Franklin — "Gentlemen, when I called the roll a few minutes ago it did 

not sound like Mr. Lemon's voice in answer to his name. Now " 

Mr. Lemon — "I'm here." 

Prof. Richards (ist spasm) — "Gentlemen, I will now show you that there is 
no E. M. F. between the terminals of this line (places a Platinum wire across the 
terminals, in the meantime no volts having been turned on downstairs)." 

(2nd spasm) — Prof. Richards is drawn back to the earth with an acceleration 
of 32 ft. per sec. 

Prof. McKibben — "Numerically one must be greater than the other unless 
they happen to come equal." 

Mr. Seyfert — "What sort of material is a copper conductor made of?" 

Small (to those who come late for breakfast) — "Blessed are those who hunger 
for they shall be filled (at dinner)." 

Blair (to Mr. Daniells) — "I can't do that for I'm going home." 
Mr. Daniells — "Yes, I think a little time in your Mother's care would do you 
good." 

Mr. Ashbaugh — "What shall I do to be forever known." 

Brumbaugh, '08 — "It takes some sense to play the fool." 

Math. Dept. — "No man e'er felt the halter draw. 
With good opinion of the law." 

Bechoefer, '10 — "Sprechen ist silbern 

Schweigen ist golden." 



THE FPESHMAN -FROM FADM TO COLLFGE 




A SHOT AT THE GOAL. 

AT THE close of a busy day Manager Wigby of the Scrambler Auto- 
mobile works found that, on account of the absence of two of the 
clerks, it was impossible to complete the pay roll which had to be 
made up by the following day. He explained the situation to Marshall, 
a clerk, and asked him to come down to the office in the evening to finish 
it. Wigby dropped the keys on his desk and told INIarshall to lock up the 
sheets in one of the drawers when he had finished. 

Accordingly, shortly after seven o'clock, Marshall strolled round to 
the darkened building, unlocked the door and leisurely mounted the three 
flights of stairs. Here he turned on the electric light and entered the office 
to begin his task. 

^ ^ H= 

Frank Marshall's career at Lehigh had not been what might be called 
brilliant, at least in some lines. He had had great difficulty in passing 
ofif his French and German, and while in the remaining branches of his 
course in Mechanical Engineering his standing was higher, he was by no 
means a Tau Beta Pi man. It was clear to every one, including himself, 
that altho he had a good store of common sense, his genius did not lie in 
the direction of intellectual pursuits. 

Marshall's strong point had been athletics. For three years he had 
been the main-stay and backbone of the Lehigh basketball team. In 
his senior year he had captained the five, and Lehigh had not lost a single 
game. This was due chiefly to his own magnificent playing. His one- 
handed shots were marvels, and in the principal game of the season, he 
had thrown four baskets from the center of the floor. 

On Graduation Day he sat wuth his classmates upon the stage out 
under the trees on the campus before a host of admiring friends. He smoked 
his long stemmed clay pipe and listened to the music of the band, feeling 
that in a few short hours at most his college days would be a thing of the 
past. He heard the chosen poet extol the class in smoothly flowing verses; 
he received a present from the class orator; he heard dedicate the tablet 
which was to perpetuate the names of members of the class upon the Chapel 
wall. Then came the last roll call. One after another the men rose and 

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broke their pipes. At last came his own name and crash ! his happy 
college days were ended. 

Stern reality faced him. His father had sacrificed much to send him 
to college, but now necessity forced him to struggle for himself. The major- 
ity of the men in his class secured positions in their chosen professions, 
but the only place that had opened for him was an inferior clerkship in the 
Scrambler Automobile Company of New York City. 



As he walked to the office on the evening of which this storv relates, 
Marshall found himself reflecting, somewhat bitterly, on the slight success 
that had met his conscientious efforts. 

"I'm beginning to think, ' ' Marshall sighed to himself, ' ' that about 
the only thing I ever did well was to shoot goals in basketball." 

As he seated himself at the office desk his glance fell upon two objects. 
The first was a card bearing Ingall's ode, "Opportunity. The second 
was a canvass bag that lay on a table before the safe. "Umph," he ejac- 
ulated, "Opportunity, but not for me." And he lifted the canvass bag 
and jingled it. The contents were the wages of the workmen to be paid 
on the morrow. Marshall tried the safe door. It was locked. 

"Well," he soliloquized, "Wonder how in the world Wigby came 
to forget it. He's usually might}^ careful in such matters. I guess I'll 
halve to keep an eye on it to-night. This is quite a joke on Wigby. ' ' 

Picking up the sealed and tied bag he placed it beside him on his desk, 
and began his task. 

Hours passed and he still scratched away at the long sheet before him, 
now nearing completion. His arm grew cramped and his eyes ached. 
Finally, he dropped the pen and with a yawn stretched his arms above his 
head. Suddenly his eye caught sight of a shadow thrown on the ground 
glass of the office door. At first he thought that it was Wigby returning 
for the money. Then came the suspicion of an attempt at burglary. He 
must save the money! Out went his hand to the sack. But save it how' 
He had no weapons. Before he could summon help the robber would be 
upon him. He might be able to handle one, unarmed though he was, but 
now a second shadow appeared on the glass in the door, and to expect to 
protect the property against two would be beyond all reason. As this 
flashed thru his brain, his eyes scanned the room for some possible place 
of concealment. Even as his sharpened senses detected the slight twisting 
of the knob, he caught sight of an unused open stove pipe hole, a relic of 
antiquated methods of heating, high in the wall before him. With the 
the old instinct of a basketball player, stopping to consider neither time 

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nor distance, he seized the canvass bag and tossed it straight and true into 
the opening above. 

The next instant the door was thrown open and Marshall looked 
into the barrels of two sets of coldly gleaming revolvers. Five minutes 
later he lay on the floor, securely bound and gagged, while the two masked 
men worked over the safe, stopping up crevices with lard and pouring a 
liquid explosive into the various joints. Suddenly there was a dull explo- 
sion, and two disgusted burglars searched through a broken and empty 
safe for money which they knew ought to be there, but which at that moment 
was comfortably and safely reposing on the soot at the bottom of the flue. 

* * * 

It seemed to Marshall many hours before a frightened janitor whose 
eyes bulged out at the sight of the wrecked safe, came and released him. 

Manager Wigby was immediately telephoned as well as the President of 
the firm, and an hour later an excited crowd of officials gathered in the 
office room while the janitor recklessly broke a hole in the wall. As he 
reached in his arm and drew forth a dusty but intact and perfectly recog- 
nizable sack, Wigby wrung Marshall's hand and the dignified President 
of the company turned toward the clerk. "Young man," he exclaimed, 
' ' if you had the education and training I would give you the best position 
in the business. You deserve it." "Sir," said Marshafl, smilingly, "I 
graduated from Lehigh University as a Mechanical Engineer last June. 

"What!" exclaimed the President, "A Lehigh man, and I never 
knew it. I think we can fix you up — I happen to be a Lehigh man myself. 

As the party left the office, Marshall's glance rested for a moment on 
the printed card on the desk, and he read, half aloud," Opportunity knocks 
once. ' ' 

Wm. Robbins, 'io. 



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lADVEKIISEmtTS 



INDEX TO ADVERTISERS. 



f^ 



Page. 

American House v 

Anthony, C. W xi 

B & B Laundry x 

Baker-Taylor Co xxxv 

Baldwin Locomotive Works. xliii 

Beck-Davis Decorating Co. . . xiv 

Belfi Bros. & Co xx 

Benner, a. H ii 

BErkemeyer, Keck & Co xxvii 

Best, J. H xxiv 

Bethlehem Prep. School. . . . xxix 

Biller, a xiii 

Boyer, p. H viii 

Brandt, R xiii 

Brighton, The v 

Brooks Bros xix 

Brown, Borhek Lumber Co.. xxiv 

Brown and White, The xvii 

Buchman, E. L ii 

CaffrEy's Cafe xiii 

CoTRELL & Leonard iv 

Cronk & Carrier Manufac- 
turing Co xxxi 

Danzer & Co xxiii 

DiERiCKX, L. J iii 

Doutrich, J. W XX 

Dressor, Dr. Wm xiv 

Eggert, H. B iv 

Ehst, D. M vi 

Eimer & Amend xli 

Electric City Engraving Co. xxxviii 

Electric Laundry xix 

Elliott, Chas. H., Co xxviii 

Engineering News, The xxxv 

Flickinger's Studio vii 

Greiner vi 

Gross, Jos. F., & Co xxii 

Groman Bros xxi 

Haines, John E vi 

Hasselberg Bros xxxi 



Page. 

Hayward Co xxxiv 

Hinds, Eldridge &NoblE . . . xxvi 

Horn, J. F., & Co xviii 

Horseman, E. L xvii 

Jacoby xii 

Jeffry Manufacturing Co. . . xlviii 

Jenkins Bros xlvi 

Jessup's Sons, Wm xiii 

Keller & Sons, E xiv 

Keuffel & Esser Co xx 

Koch, P. O ii 

Koch Bros vii 

KOLESCH & Co XX 

Krause, J. S xl 

Krell, F. a iv 

Lear, CO xii 

Lehigh University xxxvii 

Lehigh University Supply 

Bureau x 

Lehigh Steam Laundry xv 

Lidgerwood Manufacturing 

Co xli 

Mason Regulator Co xiii 

McCaa's Studio xxxii 

McClintic - Marshall Con- 
struction Co xlvii 

McGraw Publishing Co., The xxxiii 

MealEY, W. J xviii 

Medernach, J. P xvii 

Mitman, Wm. S i 

MiTMAN & ZUGENFUSS XXV 

Moravian Book Store xii 

Moravian Seminary, The . . . viii 

Mover, A. J xi 

New Lyric Cafe, The xviii 

Phillips Mine and Supply Co. xliv 

Rail Joint, The xl 

Rauch's iv 

Reeves, P. S., & Son xiii 

Reis, Lewis xii 

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Page. 

RoEBLiNC, J. A xxxix 

RiCKSECKER, H. E iii 

ROSENBERGER, W. H XV 

ScHALL, W. B xiii 

vScHNABEL, J. M., & Bro V 

vScHNELLER & Snyder ix 

SiMPi^EX Valve Co xxxv 

South Bethlehem Brewing 

Co XV 

South Bethlehem Supply Co. xxiv 

South Side Banking Co ix 

vStandard Underground 

Cable Co xliii 

vStevens Arms Co xlv 

Stoiidt, H. E xxvi 

Taylor, W. H., & Co., The. . . xviii 

Technical Literati're xxxiv 



TiiiEL, Richard 

Traeger CtRocerv Co., The . . 

Uhl's Brewery 

Van Buskirk's Transfer Co.. 

Van Nostrand Co., The 

Veeder Manukacti'ring Co., 
The 

Weston Instrument Co., The 

Widman, Jacob 

Wilbur Trust Co 

Wilson - Snyder Manufac- 
turing Co 

Winchester 

Woodring, W. J 

Wyandotte Hotel 

Young the Hatter 



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xlviii 
xiv 
viii 
xvi 




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MITMANS 

THE L. U. STUDENT'S SHOP. 



ESTABLISHKD 



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Stetson 
Hats 

Every man who first tries 
a Stetson wonders why he 
didn't do it years before. 

We have the "STETSOX' and "ROELOF" latest styles in the Derby. Soft and Crush Hats. 



FOURTH AND NEW STREETS, 
SOUTH BETHLEHEM, PA. 



Telephone 140 B2. 



A. H. BENNER, 



DEALER IX 



FISH, 

OYSTERS and GREEN 

GROCERIES, 



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440 and 442 Wyandotte Street, 
South Bethlehem, Pa. 



E. L. BUCHMAN, 



...'bailor... 



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532 

Broadway^ So. Bethlehem, Pa. 



Near Five Points. 



The BOOK 

Exchange 



The best place to buy or sell books 
of all kinds. A full supply of Uni- 
versity Books and Drawing Material 
always in stock. Our prices for 
books — new or second-hand — are 
low, and our constantly increasing 
stock renders it easy to supply 
wants. We solicit a share of your 
patronage. 



PETER O. KOCH, 

Proprietor. 



7 E. FOURTH STREET, 
SOUTH BETHLEHEM, 



Van Buskirk's 
Transfer, 

SUCCESSOR TO 

The Posten Transfer Co. 
Cab, Bus and Baggage Calls 

Promptly attended to. 
Telephone Service 

Day or Night. 



Peiina. Telephone 147B. 
Easton Telephone 202. 



Office at Union Station, 

South Bethlehem, Pa. 



Lucien J, Uierickx, 

Proprietor of the 

Lehigh 
Market. 



Dealer in 

Beef, Pork, Veai,, Lamb, Poultry 

and Smoked Meats. 



12 East Fourth Street, 

South Bethlehem, Pa. 



Pianos 



New and Used Pianos 
for Sale. 
Pianos Rented. 

Pianos Tuned, Repaired and Polished. 

MUSIC, 

and all Musical Instruments, Talking 

Machines and Records. 



H. E. RiCKSECKER, 

52-54 East Broad Street, 
Bethlehem, Pa. 

Telephone 28R 

Richard Thiel, 
...Caiior... 

Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing. 



Suit-pressing Club 
for students. 



407 Wyandotte Street, 

Wyandotte Hotel. 

506 Dakota Street, 

Near Five Points. 



FREDERICK A. KRELL, 

Purveyor to his Majesty the Student. 

Im{>orted Cigars and Cigarettes, 

63 South Main Street, BETHLEHEM, PA. 

Key West and Turkish Cigarettes. Fine Smoking Mixtures. Pipes and Supplies. Prices for private 

brands of Cigarettes with Crest, also Class Pipes v^fith Monograms cheerfully furnished. 

BBB Pipes a specialty. Lehigh Pennants. 

Intercollegiate Bureau of Academic Costume, 

COTRELL & LEONARD, Albany, N. Y. 

Greetintts to 1908 and 1909. 

Wholesale Makers and Renters of 

The Caps, Gowns and Hoods to the American Universities. 

To lyChigh, University of Pennsylvania, Cornell. Columbia, l"niversity of Chicago 

Harvard, Yale, Princeton, University of California, and the others. 

Illustrated Bulletin, Samples. Rental Propositions, etc , 

upon application. 




portraits; 



H. B. EGGERT, 

Studio : 
53-55 S. Main Street, Bethlehem, Pa. 



Finest 

Ice Cream, Bread, Cakes and Confectionery, 

AT 

RAUCH'S, 

42 Main Street, BETHLEHEM, PA. 




J. M. SCHNABEL & BRO. 



The Leading 

SHOE HOISE. 



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Snappy Goods. 
Smart Shapes. 
Exclusive Styles. 
Popular Prices. 
Exclusive sale of the 
A. E. Nettleton Shoe. 



Main Street, BETHLEHEM, PA. 



Newly Furnished. 



Homelike. 



Steam Heat. 



The American House, 

CORNER BROAD AND NEW STREETS, 



Gas and Electric Light. 



BETHLEHEM, PA. 



The Brighton... 



Remodeled. Up to date. 

Ask for what you want and you get it. 

Best of Wines, Liquors and Cigars. 



W. p. ERDELL, 

Proprietor. 



31 South New Street. 



JOHN E. HAINES, 



Telephone 4R and 18R-2. 



*"v_^arnation Specialist, 



is always prepared to furnish the Choicest Carnations and all other flowers in their seasons for all 

occasions Funeral Work and UECOKATiNci receive prompt attention. 

Visitors always welcome at the 



Greenhouses, 241 Laurel Street. 



Store, 86 Broad Street. 



DAVID M. EHST, 

Wholesale and Retail Manufacturer of 

SUPERIOR ICE CREAM AND ICES 



Also of Home-made Candies. 

Ice Cream Sodas and Sundas the year round. All o<ir goods are made of strictly pure materials. 

Best line of Cigars. Cigarettes and Tobacco 

506 Broadway (Five Points), SOUTH BETHLEHEM, PA. 



Reserved. 



GREINER, 



Jeweler 



WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY 
and 
OPTICAL GOODS. 

University Seals. 
Pins, Souvenirs and Loving Cups. 

Repairing of Complicated Watches a Specialty. 



150 South Main Street, 

BETHLEHEM. PA. 



High-class 

Clothes and Haberdashery. 

The Quintessence of Style. The Superlative of Quality. 

KOCH BROS., 

ALLENTOWN. 



glicfeinger's; @tubio 

Is the Old Reliable f Of- 
Fine Portraits. 

Always a Discount 17 25roab Street, 

to Students. 2?ttl)let)em, |pa. 



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Celebrateb ©ienna Hager ant Porter. 



"The Standard." 

2?retders! anb ^^ottlers. 



Brewery, 

Cor. Union and Monocacy Streets. Bethlehem, Pa. 

Both Phones, 
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Moravian Seminary for Young Ladies. 



FOUNDED 1749. 



The oldest school of its kind in America, with a century and a half of history and experience yet 
furnished with all modern equipments, and pursuing the latest improved methods. 

We do not especially prepare for college, but for LIFE Our course of study is carefully planned 
±o give a complete and solid education, and to make our graduates broadly cultured and truly refined 
women, fit to meet all the duties and demands of the best modern society and a useful, active life. 

Our thorough scholastic instruction is only half our work. We give equal care and attention to the 
training of the characters of our pupils, the formation of right habits of thought, feeling and conduct, 
and the development of all those qualities, virtues and graces, that enter into a self-respecting, strong 
.and true Christian womanhood. 

For full information as to management, course of study, cost, etc., send for descriptive circular to 



J. MAX HARK. D.D., Principal, 
BETHLEHEM, PA. 



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MILTON LAUFER, 

PROPRIETOR. 

Most convenient and pleasantly located 

hotel in the city. 

Electric Lights and Steam Heat. 

Rooms 

En Suite or Single with 

Baths. 

American Plan. 

South Bethlehem, Penna. 



THE LITTLE SHOP. 



Banners, Pennants, 

Cap L's and Monograms, Sofa Cushions, 

Novelties of all kinds. 



PAUL H. BOYER, 

No. 5 Broad Street. 



\V. A. Wilbur, President. Arnon P. Mim.er. \'ice-Prcsident Emu, J. Hisiiop, Cashier. 



^outf) ^iht 2?anfeing Companp, 

Cor. Fourth Street and Brodhead Avenue, 

Opposite Post Office. South Bethlehem. Pa. 



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Capital Paid Up, $100,000.00. 



Accounts from Corporations, Firms, Individuals and Students Invited, 

■NOTE— The location of this Bank offers the faculty and students banking facilities that involve 
neither inconvenience nor loss of lime 



Schneller & Snyder, 



...bailors... 



No. 4 Main Street, No. 6 Broad Street. 

Bethlehem, Pa. 



Jacob Widman 
Company. 



Jylonocacy 5 



onocacy Qrewery. 



Bre-wers and Bottlers. 



Bethlehem, Penna 



Telephone 452F. 



B. and B. 
LAUNDRY 

Goods 

called for and delivered. 



MAIN STREET, 

BETHLEHEM. PA. 



The 
Lehigh University Supply Bureau 




By the Students, for the Students. 



All the Materials and Text-books used at the 
University on sale. 




BIRD'S KYH VIEW OF PACKI'.R II All 



A. J. MOVER, 



Manufacturer of 



Fine Hand -made Cigars^ 

Students' Headquarters for 

CIGARS, TOBACCO AND SMOKERS' ARTICLES. 



433 Wyandotte Street, 



South Bethlehem, Pa. 



The Elegant 

New 



jgianforb... 



C. W. ANTHONY. 
Proprietor. 



Bar and Rathskeller. 
Nothing too good. 



343 W. Fourth Street, South Bethlehem, Pa. 



The Newest, Brightest and Best of 
Everything. 



Ready-to-'wear 

Clothing and 

Gents' 
Furnishings, 



Ten Per Cent off on Clothi 'g 
for Students. 



LOUIS RE IS, 

THE LEADING 
CLOTHIER, 



55 Main St.. BETHLEHEM. PA. 



Use our 

Exchsive Styles, Popul.\r Prices. 




C. O. Lear, 

17 S. Main St.. BETHLEHEM. PA. 



The Moravian Book Store, 

Publishers, Booksellers and Stationers, 



146 South Main Street. 

Bethlehem, Pa. 



Jacoby's Drug Store. 



Telephone us your \V.\nts .\nd Articles will be vSent by Prompt Delivery 
When in a Hurry, our Telephone will save you a Lot of Time. 



Fourth and Nev/ Streets, 

South Bethlehem, Pa. 



SCHALL. 

Cbe tailor. 

BETHLEHEM, PA. 



The 

Largest Studio 

in the Bethlehems 

Adapted for large groups, can seat from 
60 to 75 persons at one sitting. 

PICTURES 

taken at night as well as by dav, by 

the New Electric Light. 
Special attention given to student trade. 



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A. BILLER, 

317 New St., So. Bethlehem, Pa. 



Ralph Brandt 



...Printing... 

Engraving, Electrotypes, Stationery. 
Estimates Furnished. 



Bell Telephone 
647-D. 



28 South Broad Street^ 

Wool worth Buildingt 
TRENTON, N. J. 



On your way to 
Collegfe Games stop at 



Caffrey'S, 



Corner 
Third and New Streets. 



The Beck-Davis 
Decorating Co. 



WALL COVERINGS 
of every description. 

ARTISTIC PICTURE FRAMING. 

Specialties in 
FINE INTERIOR DECORATING. 

WALL PAPERS. 
2C. to $20.00 per RolL 

Sketches and Estimates cheerfully furnished. 
TELEPHONE. 



7 N Main St., Bethlehem, Pa. 

E. Keller 6c Sons, 

OBolli anb J>ilbersimitf)£i. 



College and Fraternal Jewelry, Prize 

Cups and Trophies of all descriptions. 

Estimates on Special Work 

cheerfullv furnished. 



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711 Hamilton Street, 

Allenlown, Pa. 



Dr. Wm. H. Dressor, 



<;^urgcon j^enttgt 



Graduate of Peiin.sylvania College of Dental 
Surgery. 



Offici; Hours : 

.00 to 12 00 A M. I 00 to 5.00 p. M. 



Office and Residence, 

105 WEST FOURTH STREET, 
South Bethlehem, Pa. 



W. J.Woodring 




9 W. Fourth Street, 

South Bethlehem, Pa. 



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DRINK THE HOME FAVORITE 

Supreme. 



SOUTH BETHLEHEM BREWING CO. 









W. H. Rosenberger, 


Lehigh 


DEALER IN 

...BEEF... 

Veal, Mutton. Lamb, Pork, Lard, 

Ham, Tongue, Poultry, 

Butter and Eggs. 


Steam Laundry 

W. H GOSNER. 
Prop. 

Terms Strictly Cash. 


Both Telephones. 


TELEPHOXE. 


...534... 

Broadway, So. Bethlehem, Pa. 


320, 322 and 324 New Street, 

South Bethlehem, Pa. 



Young 



THE 



CEUB"*"" 

$3hats 



HATTER. 



FINE 

HATS, SHOES 

AND 

MEN'S 
FURNISHINGS. 





REGISTERED 



Main Street, BETHLEHEM, PA. 



Medernach's 
Best Mixture. 



A tobacco to suit an epicure 
of a fine smoke. 



For College Styles in PIPES and 
TRAYS. 

For Favorite College TOBACCO 
BRANDS. 

For everything in the 
SMOKER'S REALM. 

Par Excellence is our line of 
MEERSCHAUMS. 



Call on 

John P. IVIederndch, 

85 Broad Street, Bethlehem, Pa. 



Traeger's. 

Bethlehems' Foremost Grocery Store. 



The store which offers 
students the greatest variety of dainties 
and other food products for Dutch 
Lunches, Teas and other Entertainments. 



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Traeger Grocery Co., 

5 South Main Street, 
Corner New and Church Streets. 




E.I. HorsmanCo. 



When you play, use 
the BEST. 

HORSMAN 

TENNIS 
RACKETS, 

ARE the BEST. 

Standing FIRST in de- 
sign, workmanship, 
playing qualities, dura- 
bility. New models 
with special up-to-date 
features for 1908 are 
unrivalled. 

Ayres Championship 
LAWN TENNIS BALLS 

are not only the BEST, 
but the CHEAPEST, 
for ONE ball outlasts 
TWO of any other 

make. 
Authorized by the 
U. S N. t, T. A. We 
are sole selling agents 
for this FAMOUS 
ENGLISH BALL in 
the U S Send for new 
Catalogue. 

365-367 Broadu'ay, 
New York. 



The 

Brown ^^ White, 

The 

College 

Newspaper. 



Pubtished every 
MONDAY and THIRSOAY. 



Subscription, 

$2.00 per year. 



Wm. H. Taylor £y Company. 

Railroad, Mine. Mill, Factory, Flrnace and Quarry Slpplies, Engines 
Boilers, Pumps. Machinery and Tools. 



Power Transmission a Specialty. 



250-256 Hamilton Street. ALLENTOWN. PA. 



J. F. Horn £y Bro., 



/TiORISTS.... 



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Greenhouses. Store, 

Rittersville. 23 N. Sixth Street. Allentown. Pa. 



New Lyric Theatre Cafe. 

Next door to the Theatre. 

Strictly first-class Dining Room. Everything seasonable served. 

Imported Pilsner on draught. 

McFADDEN £y 05MUN, 

Proprietors. 



Prof. W. J. Mealey's 

Select J^ancing 3(lcabemp 

in Lehigh Valley Hal", Allentown, Pa. 

Classes every Monday and Friday. Parties, Monday, Friday and Saturday. 

Matinee every Saturday. Private Lessons at any time. 

Penna. Telephone. 



ESTABLISHED 1818 







BROADWAY cor. TWENTY- SECOND 5T. 

NEW YORK. 



Fine English and Scotch Woolens for 
Clothing Made to ?vTeasure. 

Suits and Overcoats ready made of 
latest shapes and newest fabrics 

Riding Suits and Riding Breeches 
Special Suits for Fishing and all 
Equipment for Polo and the Hunt. 

English and Domestic Hats, including 
many novelties in traveling and 
Negligee Hats. 



Clothintf 

Ready made and 

to Measure. 

Liveries. 

Automobile; 

Garments and 

Requisites. 

English Hats 

and Haberdasliery. 

Fine Shoes. 

Shirtings, 

House Garments, 

Leather and 

Wicker Goods. 

Travelinii and 

Toilet Articles. 

Etc.. Etc. 



Shoes for Dress, Street or Sporting 
wear. 

Our own Special Steamer Trunk 
light weight, durable and especi- 
ally compact for stateroom use. 

Fitted Cases. Holdalls. L, u n c li e o n 
Baskets and Retjuisites for Travel 
by Land and Sea. 

Catalogue with illustrations andprices 
raail"d on request 



MR. L. U. STUDENT, ARE WE GETTING YOUR 



Bundle? 



OUR domestic finish on Shirts, Collars and Cuffs, can not be approached by 
any other I^aundry in the Bethlehems. It requires modern facilities and 
equipment to turn out such work and we have them. Come in and see 
us or try us a while, we could easily convince you then. 
Pressing Machines (a preferred system), Conveyor, Dry Room (all flannels air 
dried), and everything up to date, to insure perfect work. Ask us about special 
rates to students. 



ELECTRIC LAUNDRY CO., 



Corner Bishopthorpe and Cherokee Streets, 



Telephone Connections. 



SOUTH BETHLEHEM, PA. 



Keuffel & EssER Co., 

127 Fulton Street, New York. 

General Office and Factories, 
HOBOKEN. N. J. 



St. Louis. 



San Francisco. 




Chicago. 

Drawing Materials, 

Mathematical and Surveying Instruments. 

Measuring Tapes. 

Our Paragon Draw- 
ing Instruments 
enjoy a wide reputa- 
tion. They are of the 
most precise workman- 
ship, the finest finish, 
the most practical 
design, and are made 
in the greatest variety. We have also Key and 
other Brands. 

We carry every requisite for the 
Drafting Room. 

We make the greatest variety of Engine-divided 



Slide Rules and call especial attention to our 
patented adjustment which insures smooth 

working of the slide 
4S"Our complete Catalogue on request. 



Doutrich, 

*^ My Tailor/' 



90 Broad Street, 

Bethlehem, Pa. 



Telephone 3 R. 



Belfi Bros. ty> Co. 

Manufacturers of 

ART MARBLE MOSAICS, 

TERRAZZO, 

CERAMICS, ETC. 

Interior 

Marble Work, Tiles, Mantles, Fire 

Place Furnishings. 

Memorial Work a Specialty. 
Designs Furnished. 

Allentown Branch, 
225 Commonwealth Building. 

22 S. 19th St., Philadelphia* 

Above Chestnut Street. 






Kolesch £y Co. 

Established 1SS5. 




Drawing Instruments. 
Surveying Instruments. 
Slide Rules, Etc. 

Supplies forCivil and Mechanical 
Engineers. 

138 Fulton Street, New York» 

Write for Catalogue 9. 




F. J. Groman. 



T. H. Groman. 



C. H. Groman. 



Groman Brothers, 

Brick manufacturers. 



General Contracting, Bricklaying and Plastering. 



Office: 342 Broadway. Yards: Bethlehem Heijjhts. 

SOUTH BETHLEHEM, PA. 



-r 5842 ,, 

Telephones ';g4^ Madison. 



JOSEPH F. GROSS & CO. 

Engineers and Contractors. 

Plumbing, 
Steam and Hot Water Heating. 



151 West 31ST vStreet, 

New York. 




>- Wm. F. Danzer. 



Isaac W. Miller. 



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W. F. Danzer fy Co., 

Contractors and Builders. 



Jobbing a Specialty. 



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^ ALL KINDS OF CEMENT WORK. CONCRETE BUILDING BLOCKS. WALKS. ^ 
^ CURBS, PAVEMENTS. 't 



Office and Residence ; 

518 Seneca Street. 



Shop : 

Seminole Street near Seneca. 



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Telephone Connections. 



South Bethlehem, Pa. X 



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J. H. BEST, 



HOUSE 

and 

3IGN 

Painter 



Graining, 
Glazing. Hard-wood Finishing. 

a Specialty. 
Telephone 1*33 U. 



932 SCOTT AVENUE. 

NORTH BETHLEHEM 



FIR5T-CLA3S BRANDS OF 

FUEL. 



The comfort which professors and students en- 
joy in their homes and in their fraternity houses 
is enhanced by the use of our special stock of 

Pure Upper Lehigh 
COAL. 

Place orders for winter stock in June, before the 
college term closes, or early in fall, and secure a 

good bargain. 
Our stock of building material, including reliable 

LUMBER 
and Fine Mill Work, 

is always open to inspection A visit to our 

yards will repay the student, who is interested 

in the strength of materials. 



Brown - Borhek 

Lumber and Coal Co., Ltd. 

Yards at 

Brodhead Ave.. South Bethlehem, 
and Canal St.. Bethlehem. 



Quality.... 



Our Bid for business is based on quality and 
service. Every promise made is fulfilled. 
You are extended an opportunity of economy 
by being given low^ prices on all merchandise. 



320 to 326 W. Fourth Street. 
317 to 323 Broadway. 



South Bethlehem Supply Co., 

Limited. 




F. J. MlTMAN. 



C. H. ZlEGENFUSS. 





O^gtimateS 

cheerfully furnished. 




MlTMAN & ZIEGENFUSS, 




Painters, 

Ipaptr S^angtrs anb ©ftorators. 





112 Linden Street, 



BETHLEHEM, PA. 




H. E. STOUDT, 

Contractor and Builder. 



WE SOLICIT WORK WITH A GUARANTEE OF PERFECT SATISFACTION. 

SPECIMENS OF MY WORK MAY BE SEEN IN ALL 

OF THE BETHLEHEMS. 



Office in Keystone Building, Main Street, 

BETHLEHEM, PA. 



SHOP— Corner of Fourth Avenue and North Street (West Side). 
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Cfttsf Qpitome 

was issued from our 
Printery. 




F. M. BERKEMEYER. 
R. N. KECK. 



BOTH PHONES. 



Printer^, 

2^lanb 2^oofe /^afecrsi anb <;^tationers;. 

Loose-leaf Specialties, Filing Cabinets and Supplies, Card Systems, 
Y. & E. Agency, Labor-saving Office Devices. 

Correspondence Solicited. 



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Hamilton and Ninth Streets. 



The Chas. H. Elliott Co. 

The Largest College Engraving House in the World. 
Works: 



7th Street and Lehigh Avenue, 



PHILADELPHIA, PA. 









Commencement Tnvitations and €la$$ Day 
Programs. 





Dance Programs and Invitations. 






Menus. 






Class and Fraternity Inserts for 
Annuals. 






Class and Fraternity 
Stationery. 






Class Pins and Medals. 
(Write for Catalogue.) 






Makers of Superior Half-tones. 






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mcdding Invitations ana gallind Cards. 


F-ngravers by merit to Lehigh University. 



Bethlehem 
Preparatory School. 



Founded in 1878 

By WM. ULRICH. 



Preparatorp ^ctjooL 



Recommended by the President of the Lehigh University, and the Professors 
comprising the Faculty. 



For efficient and thorough work it can not be excelled. 

It has admitted over twelve hundred men to college. It has a summer 

school preparing for any college. 



Catalogues and particulars can be had 
on application to 



H. A. FOERING, B. S., Principal, 



Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. 





E. P. WILBUR, President. 

W. A. WILBUR, Vice President. ARNON P. MILLER, Second Vice-President. 

WM. V. KNAUSS, Treasurer. CHAS. T. HESS,. Secretary. 

ELDREDGE P WILBUR Assistant Treasurer. 



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e. R (Uilbur Crust Company. 



CAPITAL, 
SURPLUS, 



$500,000. 
500,000. 



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E P. WILBUR. 
W. A. WILBUR. 
WM. H. SAYRE. 



DIRECTORS. 

R. M. GUMMERE. 
A. N. CLEAVER. 
ARNON P. MILLER. 



WM. V. KNAUSS. 
M. L. CONNOLLY. 
H. S. DRINKER. 



CRONK'S "neman-s Pliers, 




Forged from extra quality tool steel and fully warranted. 
BY MAIL. $1.25 PER PAIR, PREPAID. 

The Cronk £y Carrier Mfg. Co., 

ELMIRA, N. Y., U. S. A. 



Hasselberg Bros., 

Makers of 

Wood, Wire, Brass, Electric and Illuminated Signs. 



Engraved Tablets of all descriptions. 

CLASS PLATES A SPECIALTY. 



1017 Walnut Street, 

PHILADELPHIA. 



Lehieh Representative, H. G. Harvey, Taylor Hall. 

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PHOTOGRAPHY, 
PORTRAITURE, 
GROUPS, 
ETC. 



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MCCAA 

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Photographer 
in chief to the 

University Students. 

Studio : 

319 Birch Street, 

South Bethlehem, Pa. 



A WELL-KNOWN PROFESSOR IN A GREAT 
UNIVERSITY WRITES: 



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